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LifeSource UA-631 Easy One Step Blood Pressure Monitor

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Basic Features
  • Irregular Heartbeat Feature
  • 60 memory recall – records the last 60 readings.
  • Displays average reading
  • Battery level indicator
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The UA-631 Easy One Step Blood Pressure Monitor incorporates a robust set of features while still only weighing 15.8 ounces, making it ideal for many environments. The Easy One Step monitor is fully automatic and inflates to the correct pressure each time a measurement is taken.

This monitor offers the exclusive Pressure Rating Indicator, Irregular Heartbeat Feature, 60 memory recall and is clinically validated for professional accuracy.

LifeSource blood pressure monitors lead the way in technology and quality – because peoples’ lives depend on them. Our commitment to patient-focused thinking has made us the leading primary manufacturer in developing clinically valuable features. The LifeSource blood pressure monitors are fast, easy, accurate and carry the industry’s strongest warranties.

Product Features
  • Clinically validated for accuracy
  • Pressure Rating Indicator - providing a snapshot of the user’s blood pressure classification according to the US JNC7 guidelines.
  • Irregular Heartbeat Feature – will alert the user to the presence of an irregular heartbeat while still providing an accurate reading.
  • 60 memory recall – records the last 60 readings.
  • Displays average reading
  • Battery level indicator
  • Latex free
  • Trilingual Instructions – in English, French and Spanish.
  • One button operation
  • 5 year warranty

Product Reviews for LifeSource UA-631 Easy One Step Blood Pressure Monitor

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Manufacturer

LifeSource
Type





UA
631

Type

Upper Arm
Automatic
Circumference
Arm or Wrist
where applicable



UA
631

Cuff size

9.4" to 14.2"
(24cm to 36 cm)
Special
feature





UA
631

Special

Latex free,
one button operation,
cuff inflation meter
Memory




UA
631

Memory

60 readings
Systolic pressure - the highest blood pressure measure

When ventricles contract and pump blood out of the heart, blood pressure reaches its maximum value.


UA
631

Systolic
Diastolic pressure -
When the heart relaxes between heartbeats, the lowest blood pressure.

UA
631

Diastolic
Pulse rate - per minute




UA
631

Pulse

40 to 180
pulse/min.
Display




UA
631

Display

Digital
Detects
Irregular
Heartbeat -
defined as a rhythm that is more than 25% slower or 25% faster from the average rhythm detected while the monitor is measuring the systolic and diastolic blood pressure.

UA
631

Detects
Irregular
HB
X
Average mode - automatically takes individual readings and automatically displays the average of the last 3 readings taken within 10 minutes of each other.

UA
631

Average mode -

averages readings in storage
Pressure Rating Indicator - provides a snapshot of your blood pressure classification based on your measurements and let's you know what they mean.

UA
631

Pressure Rating Indicator
X
Oscillometric
method -
detects your blood’s movement through your brachial artery and converts the movements into a digital reading.

UA
631

Oscillometric
Measure
range




UA
631

Measurement
range

20 to 280 mmHg
Accuracy
pressure






UA
631

Accuracy
pressure
±3mmHg or 2% or whatever is greater
Pulse
±5% of reading
Operating
temp.





UA
631

Operating
temperature

50oF to 100oF (10oC to 40oC)
Power
source






UA
631

Power

4 AA/1.5V batteries
or
optional
120V AC adapter
Battery
life



UA
631

Battery life
Approx. 300 readings
Low battery indicator




UA
631

Low battery
indicator

Weight -
main unit



UA
631

Weight

approx.
15.8 oz.
Dimensions - main unit











UA
631

Dimensions

approx.
5.7 " (l) ×
5.1 " w) ×
2.2 " (h)

144 mm ×
130 mm x
55 mm
Includes -
contents of product





UA
631

Includes

monitor,
cuff,
manual in 3 languages,
logbook
Accessories





UA
631

Access.

TB233 adapter,
other cuff sizes
Warranty



UA
631

Warranty

5 yr.
A Manual is provided with this product.
For a PDF version to view now, please click here
What Is Blood Pressure
Blood pressure is the force exerted by blood against the walls of the arteries. Systolic pressure occurs when the heart contracts; diastolic pressure occurs when the heart expands. Blood pressure is measured in millimeters of mercury (mmHg).

What Affects Blood Pressure
Blood pressure is affected by many factors: age, weight, time of day, activity level, climate, altitude and season. Certain activities can significantly alter one’s blood pressure. Walking will likely raise an individual’s blood pressure. Sleeping will likely decrease blood pressure. Not relaxing for several moments before measurements can influence readings as well.

In addition to these factors, beverages containing caffeine or alcohol, certain medications, emotional stress and even tight fitting clothes can make a difference in the readings.

What Causes Variations In Blood Pressure
An individual’s blood pressure varies greatly from day to day and season to season. For hypersensitive individuals, these variations are even more pronounced. Normally, blood pressure rises during work or play and falls to its lowest levels during sleep.

Assessing High Blood Pressure for Adults
The following standards for assessing high blood pressure (without regard to age or gender) have been established as a guideline. Please note that other risk factors (e.g. diabetes, obesity, smoking, etc.) need to be taken into consideration and may affect these figures. Consult with your physician for an accurate assessment.

What Is Hypertension
Hypertension (high blood pressure) is the diagnosis given when readings consistently rise above normal. It is well known that hypertension can lead to stroke, heart attack or other illness if left untreated. Referred to as a “silent killer” because it does not always produce symptoms that alert you to the problem, hypertension is treatable when diagnosed early.

Can Hypertension Be Controlled
In many individuals, hypertension can be controlled by altering lifestyle and minimizing stress, and by appropriate medication prescribed and monitored by your doctor. The American Heart Association recommends the following lifestyle suggestions to prevent or control hypertension: - Don’t smoke
- Reduce salt and fat intake
- Maintain proper weight
- Exercise routinely
- Have regular physical checkups
- Monitor your blood pressure at periodic intervals

Why Measure Blood Pressure at Home
It is now well known that, for many individuals, blood pressure readings taken in a doctor’s office or hospital setting might be elevated as a result of apprehension and anxiety. This response is commonly called “white coat hypertension.” In any case, self-measurement at home supplements your doctor’s readings and provides a more accurate, complete blood pressure history. In addition, clinical studies have shown that the detection and treatment of hypertension is improved when patients both consult their physicians and monitor their own blood pressure at home.

Answers to Why Your Readings Are Different Between Home and at the Doctor’s Office

Why are my readings different between home and at a doctor’s office
Your blood pressure readings taken in a doctor’s office or hospital setting may be elevated as a result of apprehension and anxiety. This response is known as White Coat Hypertension.

When I bring my monitor to a doctor’s office, why do I get a different measurement from my monitor to that taken by a doctor or nurse
The healthcare professional may be using a different sized cuff. The size of the bladder inside the cuff is critical for the accuracy of the measurement. This may give you a different reading. A cuff too large will produce a reading that is lower than the correct blood pressure; a cuff that is too small will produce a reading that is higher than the correct blood pressure. There may also be other factors that can cause the difference in measurements.

Keys to Successful Monitoring:
Blood pressure fluctuates throughout the day. We recommend that you are consistent in your daily measurement routine:
- Measure at the same time every day. - Sit in the same chair/position.
- Do not cross legs and keep your feet flat on the floor.
- Relax for five minutes before measurement.
- Use the correct cuff size to get an accurate reading.
- Sit still during measurement – no talking, eating or sudden movements.
- Record your measurement in a logbook.

Establishing Baseline Measurements
The most important method to get an accurate blood pressure measurement is consistency. To get the most benefit out of your monitor, it is important to establish a “baseline measurement.” This helps build a foundation of measurements that you can use to compare against future readings. To build this baseline measurement, devote two weeks for consistent blood pressure monitoring. This involves doing everything the same way when you measure (e.g. measuring during the same time of day, in the same location, sitting in the same chair, using the same cuff, etc.). Once you establish your baseline measurement, you can start evaluating if your measurement has been affected based on lifestyle changes or medication treatment.

How Do I Record My Blood Pressure
Blood pressure readings are typically recorded with the systolic pressure written first, followed by a slash mark and the diastolic pressure. For example, 120 mmHg systolic and 80 mmHg diastolic measurements are written as 120/80. Pulse is simply written with the letter “P” followed by the pulse rate—P 72, for example.




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