24 Hours ABPM + Pulse Pate Monitor

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24 Hours ABPM + Pulse Pate Monitor

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GIMA ABPM module measures the blood pressure using the oscillometric method. Two modes of measurement: manual and automatic. Each mode displays the diastolic, systolic and mean blood pressure. In the MANUAL mode, only one measurement is conducted for each time. In the AUTO mode, the measurement is cycled; you can set the interval time to 5/10/15/20/30/45/60/90 minutes

- Compact and portable, easy to use

- Suitable for adult, pediatric and neonatal patient

- Large color LCD display of ABPM and pulse rate

- Adjustable audible and visual alarms

- Real-time ambulatory monitoring 24 hours storage and review of date

- Oscillometry with step deflation

- Clinically proven accuracy

- All data can be transferred to a PC through Windows-based software or Bluetooth (35112) for review and print (English, Italian)

Technical Specifications

Display: color LCD

Power: two "AA", 1.5V alkaline batteries

Dimension: 120 x 80 x 32 mm

Weight: <350 g (including batteries)



- Method: oscillometry

- Mode: manual/automatic/continuous

- Measurement range: 25-260 mmHg (max 280 mmHg)


Automatic measurement interval:

- 5, 10, 15, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120 minutes

- Resolution: ImmHg

- Overpressure protection: 300 mmHg

- Alarm: systolic, diastolic

- Mean alarm range: 10-270 mmHg


Pulse rate

- Range: 0-254 bpm

- Resolution: 1 bpm

- Accuracy: ±1 bpm

- Alarm range: 0-254 bpm

- Operating system: Windows XP, 7

Standard accessories

Carrying bag

3 nylon cuffs (pediatric, adult, adult large) - latex free

User manual (GB, IT)

Software (GB, IT)

Cuff connection tube 1.5 m



Medical device, Class: II A

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