Automatic and accurate
With accommodations for different lifestyles and sleep patterns, NightView automatically measures blood pressure at 2:00 AM1, 4:00 AM2 and 4 hours after switching to nocturnal mode3. Plus, NightView is clinically validated for accuracy in different positions, even if the wrist rotates during sleep4.
Comfortable and silent
NightView features an innovative wrist-cuff design for comfort and ease of use, as well as recessed buttons to avoid accidental contact during sleep. The device has completely silent pumping action for minimal sleep disturbance and measures with gentle inflation and less compression time.
Tracks data for you to share
NightView tracks and syncs blood pressure data with the OMRON connect app, compatible with iOS 10 and above, and Android OS 7 and above. Intuitive dashboard provides a quick overview of blood pressure patterns. Easily and remotely share your progress with your doctor.
Do you know what happens to your blood pressure while you sleep?
Normally, blood pressure is lower at night than during the day. However, if it does not drop, or if it rises even higher, this is a condition called nocturnal hypertension. Your daytime blood pressure is only half picture. Download free NightView product leaflet to learn how Nightview can give a full picture of your blood pressure with minimal impact on your quality of sleep.Download leaflet
NightView product information for healthcare professionals
Are you a healthcare professional? Visit the NightView page for healthcare professionals for a clinical validation document for healthcare professionals.Visit healthcare professional page
1. Kario K, Hoshide S, Haimoto H, et al. Sleep blood pressure self-measured at home as a novel determinant of organ damage: Japan morning surge home blood pressure (J-HOP) study. J Clin Hypertens (Greenwich). 2015;17(5):340-348. 2. Kario K, Kanegae H, Tomitani N, et al. Nighttime blood pressure measured by home blood pressure monitoring as an independent predictor of cardiovascular events in general practice. Hypertension. 2019;73(6):1240-1248. 3. Imai Y, Asayama K, Fujiwara S, et al. Development and evaluation of a home nocturnal blood pressure monitoring system using a wrist-cuff device. Blood Press Monit. 2018;23(6):318-326. 4. Kuwabara M, Harada K, Hishiki Y, Ohkubo T, Kario K, Imai Y. Validation of a wrist-type home nocturnal blood pressure monitor in the sitting and supine position according to the ANSI/AAMI*ISO81060-2:2013 guidelines: Omron HEM-9601T. J Clin Hypertens. 2020;22:970-978.
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