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App for taking blood pressure

Use Instant Blood Pressure to estimate blood pressure and pulse rate immediately before, during, or after a recreational activity.

For example, Instant Blood Pressure may be used to estimate cool-­down and recovery from cardiovascular exercise or estimate the impact of a meditation session or breathing exercise on pulse rate and blood pressure. Instant Blood Pressure is intended to be used by adults 18 years of age or older and it has not been tested for use on children or pregnant women.

Do not rely on Instant Blood Pressure for medical advice or diagnosis.

Instant Blood Pressure is intended for recreational use only. It is not a replacement or substitute for a cuff or other blood pressure monitor. Instant Blood Pressure’s performance and accuracy characteristics do not meet international standards for a blood pressure monitor intended for clinical use.

Instant Blood Pressure is not a replacement or substitute for a cuff or other blood pressure monitor.

Blood pressure cuffs and other blood pressure monitors are medical devices intended for clinical use. Instant Blood Pressure is intended for recreational use only. Blood pressure cuffs and other blood pressure monitors are currently more accurate than Instant Blood Pressure and provide a wider range of measurement. Instant Blood Pressure provides an estimate of blood pressure only.

Consult your doctor if you have any health concern. Do not self-­adjust medications.

Take medications as prescribed by your doctor. Only a doctor is qualified to diagnose and treat disease such as hypertension (i.e. high blood pressure). Self-­diagnosis and self-­treatment may lead to deterioration of your health.

Source: www.instantbloodpressure.com
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