- The Omron X7 Smart blood pressure monitor, which also detects the possibility of Atrial fibrillation (AFib).
- Atrial fibrillation often goes undetected as it can be present without symptoms. The AFib function of the Omron X7 Smart indicates potential AFib with high specificity (93.8 Percent) and sensitivity (95.5 Percent).
- When in AFib mode the Omron X7 Smart takes three blood pressure readings and gives the average, which is a realistic indication of your morning and evening blood pressure over time.
- While measuring your blood pressure, should the device detect an irregular heartbeat on two or more occasions, you’ll see the AFib indicator flash up. This is not a diagnosis. It is only a potential finding for AFib.
- Keeping track of your blood pressure has never been easier than with the Omron X7 Smart. The new design features a comparison mode allowing you to compare results from the 100 blood pressure readings it can store. You can also view weekly, morning or afternoon averages.
- You can also automatically transfer your blood pressure readings to your smartphone, once paired by Bluetooth, the Omron X7 Smart will update the Omron connect app with all your latest measurements. The Omron connect app lets you follow you progress or share your readings with your doctor. You can also keep track with Alexa just ask, “What’s my latest blood pressure reading” or compare averages over time.
- Part of the Omron smart ecosystem to help you influence your heart’s health. The Omron connect app links Omron’s smart blood pressure monitors with VIVA the smart Body Composition Monitor – combining to give you more understanding of what effects your heart’s health.
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