About Microlife BP Monitors - Clinically Tested


icon_clinically_tested_bhs  Clinically Tested

The BHS (British Hypertension Society) published a protocol of requirements for the evaluation of blood pressure measuring devices. This protocol has been used to evaluate a variety of blood pressure measuring devices. To meet the BHS criteria, devices must achieve a minimum B grade for both systolic and diastolic measurement. Grade A denotes greatest agreement with mercury standard and D denotes least agreement.

Microlife received the best possible result for their latest detection software (algorithm) used in upper arm devices.

This means that Microlife upper arm monitors supply the best possible accuracy and reliability for Hospital, Medical and Home use. See Ranking Table.....

Result Ranking Table

Grade Recommendation
A Hospital use
B Hospital use
C Medical & Home use
Microlife Systolic Diastolic
Upper Arm: A A

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