Blood Pressure Monitors (ABPM)
Numed Healthcare supply a range of 24 hour Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitors (ABPM), cuffs and accessories. Our monitors are suitable for prolonged use by patients for the effective monitoring of blood pressure.
One of our best-selling ABPMs is the IEM Mobil-O-Graph 24 Hour ABPM. It is fully integrated with the leading NHS clinical systems from EMIS, TPP and Vision, making it another popular choice. This ABPM is perfect for monitoring blood pressure for up to 48 hours and has achieved the highest possible A/A grade for accuracy from the British Hypertension Society.
Alongside our wide range of highly effective accurate Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitors, we stock a variety of accessories. We supply everything from home cuffs and power adaptors, right through to disposable sleeves and USB download cables.
IEM Mobil-O-Graph 24 Hour ABPM with Central Blood Pressure Measurement
Now from£1,995.00 exc VAT
IEM Mobil-O-Graph 24 Hour ABPM with Central BP and Pulse Wave Analysis
Now from£2,495.00 exc VAT
Microlife WatchBP O3 Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor (ABPM)
Now from£950.00 exc VAT
Microlife WatchBP O3 Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor (ABPM) with Afib
Now from£1,150.00 exc VAT
Microlife WatchBP Home A Blood Pressure Monitor with Afib Detection
Now from£60.00 exc VAT
Cotton Disposable Sleeves for Blood Pressure Cuff (Pack of 50)
Now from£25.00 exc VAT
- What causes high blood pressure?
We don’t know exactly what can cause high blood pressure in a person. There are some factors out of a patient’s control, such as age, family history and ethnicity, that can sometimes contribute to higher blood pressure.
There are also some lifestyle factors that can increase the risk of high blood pressure. Blood Pressure UK identify these factors as:
- Eating too much salt
- Not eating enough vegetables and fruit
- Drinking too much alcohol
- Being overweight
According to the NHS, for 1 in 20 patients, high blood pressure is due to an underlying condition or some medication. Some conditions that could lead to high blood pressure include:
- Kidney disease
- Hormone problems
- Long-term kidney infections
This is why it is important for medical professionals to monitor and accurately measure a patient’s blood pressure by using a blood pressure monitoring device.
- What is considered a normal blood pressure?
Generally, normal blood pressure is between 90/60mmHg and 120/80mmHg.
- What is considered high blood pressure?
High blood pressure is generally 140/90mmHg or above.
- What is considered low blood pressure?
Low blood pressure is generally 90/60mmHg or below.
- What is the ABPM test?
ABPM stands for Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring. This is when blood pressure is measured for usually up to 24-48 hours; the patient is moving around and going about their normal daily activities during monitoring. A digital blood pressure monitor is attached to a belt around the patient’s waist, and this is connected to a cuff around the upper arm.
Monitoring a patient’s blood pressure during their everyday routine gives a more accurate blood pressure profile free from distortion created by white coat hypertension.