Precise, gentle, easy: the latest generation of Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitors

Upper arm monitors

Veroval® duo control Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor
Veroval® duo control measures correctly, even in case of cardiac arrhythmias – thanks to the innovative DUO SENSOR technology.

Veroval® Premium Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor
The premium upper arm monitor – precise and gentle measurement for patients who measure their blood pressure regularly.

Veroval® Compact Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor
The compact upper arm monitor – fully automatic and easy to use for patients who measure their blood pressure from time to time.

2 in 1 Veroval® ECG and Blood Pressure Monitor
With the mobile Veroval® ECG and blood pressure combination device you can record your heart rhythm anywhere and anytime and also measure your blood pressure.

Easy to handle and ideal for on the go: the comfortable Wrist Blood Pressure Monitors

Wrist monitors

Veroval® Premium Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor
The premium wrist monitor – fast and easy measurement for patients who measure their blood pressure regularly.

Veroval® Compact Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor
The compact wrist monitor – measures simply and fully automatic for patients who measure their blood pressure from time to time.

Blood Pressure

FAQ

What do the two blood pressure values mean?

To determine blood pressure, two values have to be measured: systolic (upper) blood pressure – this is produced when the heart contracts and blood is pumped into the blood vessels. Diastolic (lower) blood pressure – this is produced when the heart relaxes and fills up with blood again.

Why is regular blood pressure measurement so important?

Initially, high blood pressure does not cause any symptoms, and those affected do not even notice. That means that most of those affected do not even know that they belong to this patient group. The danger is that if blood pressure is permanently too high, there is an increased risk of damage to vital organs such as the heart, kidneys and eyes. Regular measurement gives reliable information about the development of blood pressure values. This is important in order to recognize risks early on and to avoid the consequences of hypertension.

What are the consequences of high blood pressure?

If hypertension remains untreated in the long term, further serious illnesses may occur, amongst others heart or circulatory problems, such as myocardial infarction, weakness of the heart (heart failure) or stroke. But also renal weakness or decline of vision are among the possible consequences.

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