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Blood Pressure Monitoring from Apple iPhone

The ability to monitor your blood pressure on the go is something that many people would like to have.  Now, it looks as if individuals with IOS devices, including the Apple unlocked iPhone 4 are going to be able to potentially monitor their blood pressure while out and about.  The newest device that was created by Withings will allow users to plug a blood pressure Monitor straight into the charging area of their phone.  Then they will be able to wrap it around their arm, it received their blood pressure straight on the iPhone.

Blood Pressure Monitoring from Apple iPhone

The blood pressure monitor was first seen at the consumer electronics show, and users are now able to purchase them on their own.  The device is going to be compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and the iPod touch.

 

Blood Pressure Monitoring from Apple iPhoneThis will be great for individuals that have to constantly keep a monitor on their blood pressure as they are out and about.  Imagine being able to plug in a device straight into your iphone 4 unlocked and in to get your blood pressure to ensure that your health remains in check.  Then, the results of this device’s readings can then be sent to Google Health, as well as other health related websites which then forward the results to your doctor’s office.

 

The device works almost as if it is any other type of blood pressure monitoring device.  It is very easy to use, and received amazing reviews at the consumer electronics show of 2011 where the device was first debuted.  All you have to do is load up the app, and then plug in the device, use it properly, just as you would any other blood pressure monitoring system and then read off the results.  You can also have the results e-mail to your e-mail so that you can track them over a period of time and keep records of your overall health to get your doctor.

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