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Beurer debuts bluetooth upper arm blood pressure monitors

Beurer is introducing its newest Bluetooth Blood Pressure Monitors, the BM82, BM92 and BC54W.

Beurer, a wellness technology company, is aiming to make it easier for individuals to monitor their blood pressure at home. The company is debuting its newest Bluetooth Blood Pressure Monitors, the BM82, BM92 and BC54W at,, BestBuy and other drug store chains nationwide.

“Digitizing our medicine cabinet provides more accurate, effortless monitoring of blood pressure and other key vitals so people have more time to live fully and stress-free," said Beurer President Britta Dittrich. "Advances in technology have only fueled Beurer’s 100-plus years of wellness innovation and it brings us great joy to make our plethora of 100-plus products accessible for American households.”

Beurer’s digital medicine cabinet offers devices with precise accuracy, measurements, seamless connectivity and proactive health management. The latest Bluetooth Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitors, BM82 and BM92, go beyond traditional monitoring by detecting resting pulses prior to taking a measurement, for enhanced accuracy. Going digital with Beurer makes it simple to stay on top of blood pressure between doctor’s visits.

Each monitor includes:

  • A comfortable cuff design with a tightness indicator to alert users when it is tight enough for measurement;
  • A HealthManagerPro app that connects to the digital medicine cabinet via Bluetooth;
  • A Position OK Indicator that provides additional assurance when taking measurements at home. The “OK” symbol appears when the cuff is positioned correctly;
  • A Resting Indicator that lets users know when they’re in a restful position for the most accurate measurement; and
  • Gentle, speedy inflation and measuring technology.

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Monitoring your blood pressure at home is essential for early detection, better control and personalized management of hypertension. It empowers users to take an active role in their health and collaborate effectively with  healthcare providers, the company noted.

Additionally, Beuer pointed out the following benefits of home monitoring of blood pressure:

Early Detection of Hypertension: High blood pressure, or hypertension, is often called the "silent killer" because it usually has no noticeable symptoms until it reaches severe levels. Regular home monitoring can help detect high blood pressure early, allowing for timely intervention and treatment.

Better Control: Home monitoring provides more data points than occasional doctor's visits, allowing you to track your blood pressure trends over time. This can help you and your healthcare provider better understand your condition and make adjustments to your treatment plan if needed, such as medication or lifestyle changes.

White Coat Syndrome: Some people experience elevated blood pressure when visiting a healthcare provider due to anxiety or nervousness, a phenomenon known as "white coat syndrome." Monitoring at home can provide a more accurate reflection of a user's usual blood pressure, free from the influence of healthcare settings.

Convenience: Home monitoring allows users to conveniently check their blood pressure, making it easier to establish a routine and monitor changes over time. This can lead to better compliance with treatment plans.

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Personalized Care: Regular home monitoring empowers individuals to take an active role in their healthcare.

Cost Savings: Frequent trips to the doctor's office for blood pressure checks can be expensive. Home monitoring can reduce the need for these visits.

Lifestyle Management: By monitoring blood pressure at home, users can see how lifestyle factors--such as diet, exercise, stress and medication adherence--affect readings.

Early Intervention: If blood pressure consistently exceeds recommended levels at home, it can be a signal for early intervention. The healthcare provider can adjust treatment plan or provide guidance on lifestyle changes to prevent complications like heart disease, stroke, or kidney problems.

Data Sharing: Many home blood pressure monitors have features that allow users to store and share readings electronically with healthcare providers.

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