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IEM M221 Mobil-O-Graph ABPM CBP Basis Set

By IEM | Mfr#: M221 | Tiger#: TM101941
MD Pro Mobil-O-Graph CBP Basis Set MDM221
  • MD Pro Mobil-O-Graph CBP Basis Set MDM221
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Highlights

  • Precise ambulatory blood pressure monitor
  • Constant measurement of blood pressure
  • Eliminates the factor of clinical anxieties
  • Highly compatible software
  • Extremely comprehendible user interface
List Price: $2,500.00
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Overview for IEM M221 Mobil-O-Graph ABPM CBP Basis Set

The IEM Mobil-O-Graph ABPM CBP Basis Set is one of the most widely acclaimed 24hr blood pressure monitors in the industry when it comes to measuring central blood pressure and arterial stiffness. An Ambulatory blood pressure (ABPM) constantly measures the blood pressure throughout the day at regular intervals. Widely believed as countering the white coat hypertension effect which causes increase in blood pressure due to clinician anxieties, the Mobil-O-Graph CBP provides patients with precise readings which aids hypertension management.

Precise readings: This device’s “MAP-c2" measurement algorithm records central blood pressure better than any other similar devices in the market. Coupled with its HMS CS analysis software, the Mobil-O-Graph CBP offers groundbreaking prospects within risk classification, diagnostics, and patient management. In turn, this results in improved patient compliance.

User-friendly interface and software: The Mobil-O-Graph CBP features an extremely easy-to-comprehend user interface and a compatible software which is clinically approved to work with Mac, Linux and Windows. This highly compatible software is also able to swiftly interface with all standard practice management programs such as HL7, XML and GDT. Its Auto-Feedback-Logic captures brachial pulse waves at diastolic cuff pressure, which is regarded as the most comfortable measuring method.