It is dif­fi­cult to under­stand what pres­sure is with­out a tonome­ter. Every per­son has a moment when it becomes nec­es­sary to mea­sure blood pres­sure. If this hap­pens once, you can con­sult a doc­tor. When there are prob­lems with the car­dio­vas­cu­lar sys­tem, it is advis­able to buy a tonome­ter — a mea­sur­ing device that can be used at home.

Mer­cury has always been con­sid­ered the most accu­rate blood pres­sure mon­i­tors, but now they are almost nev­er found on sale, they are con­sid­ered out­dat­ed and unsafe. Occa­sion­al­ly you can see them in hos­pi­tals and clin­ics. In sec­ond place in terms of accu­ra­cy and reli­a­bil­i­ty are mechan­i­cal tonome­ters. They have an extreme­ly sim­ple design, give cor­rect pres­sure read­ings, but are incon­ve­nient for inde­pen­dent use. There­fore, in recent years they have been active­ly replaced by more mod­ern mod­els.

Auto­mat­ic blood pres­sure mon­i­tors are the most con­ve­nient in terms of self-mea­sure­ment of pres­sure, but not as accu­rate as mechan­i­cal ones. Man­u­fac­tur­ers of med­ical equip­ment are doing their best to cor­rect this short­com­ing by devel­op­ing and imple­ment­ing new tech­nolo­gies. Already now you can find mod­els that give fair­ly cor­rect read­ings. Based on the tech­ni­cal char­ac­ter­is­tics of the devices, the opin­ions of doc­tors and user reviews, we have com­piled a rat­ing of the most accu­rate tonome­ters.

Top most accurate blood pressure monitors

B.Well WM-61

B.Well WM-61

The design of a mechan­i­cal tonome­ter is stan­dard, but it is pre­cise­ly because of this that the most cor­rect read­ings are pro­vid­ed. Accord­ing to doc­tors, so far auto­mat­ic mod­els can­not com­pete exact­ly with mechan­ics. The tonome­ter, despite the low cost, is very high qual­i­ty and con­ve­nient. It has a uni­ver­sal cuff (25–40 cm), which will suit both a frag­ile girl and an inflat­ed ath­lete.

The advan­tages of this par­tic­u­lar mod­el are a com­fort­able pear, not a rough cuff, a high-qual­i­ty manome­ter. It can often be seen in clin­ics and hos­pi­tals, and this is the main indi­ca­tor of the accu­ra­cy of the device, sec­ond only to mer­cury tonome­ters. Dis­ad­van­tages — it is incon­ve­nient to use with­out out­side help, there is no pho­nen­do­scope in the kit.

Cardio CardioArm

Car­dio Car­dioArm

Despite the Chi­nese ori­gin, this mod­el gives the cor­rect mea­sure­ment results. It is more accu­rate than oth­er auto­mat­ic blood pres­sure mon­i­tors thanks to the dual mea­sure­ment option. There are two meth­ods — oscil­lo­met­ric and Korotkov. The first is used in most auto­mat­ic and semi-auto­mat­ic devices, the sec­ond — in mechan­i­cal ones. In this tonome­ter, the man­u­fac­tur­er com­bined both meth­ods — the mod­el simul­ta­ne­ous­ly deter­mines the ampli­tude of the pulse, blood pres­sure and cap­tures acoustic noise in the area of ​​the occlud­ed artery.

In addi­tion to high accu­ra­cy, the device has oth­er advan­tages. This is a com­pact mod­el with­out a screen that con­nects to a smart­phone via Blue­tooth. All infor­ma­tion is stored in the phone, then it can be used to build week­ly or month­ly charts. The cuff is attached to the shoul­der, the mod­el is equipped with a set of all the nec­es­sary options for reg­u­lar mon­i­tor­ing of blood pres­sure. Its accu­ra­cy is con­firmed by user reviews.

AND UA-777

AND UA-777

To obtain more accu­rate pres­sure val­ues, espe­cial­ly for peo­ple with an unsta­ble pulse, doc­tors rec­om­mend tak­ing sev­er­al mea­sure­ments in a row and cal­cu­lat­ing the aver­age result. This blood pres­sure mon­i­tor makes it easy for users to do all the cal­cu­la­tions them­selves. The aver­ag­ing func­tion helps you get more accu­rate results even with seri­ous heart con­di­tions. Among the offers of var­i­ous man­u­fac­tur­ers of med­ical equip­ment, you can find many mod­els in which this option is imple­ment­ed. But the AND tonome­ter is espe­cial­ly pop­u­lar with users.

In the reviews, users write that the device is accu­rate, reli­able, gives the cor­rect read­ings. They like the abun­dance of addi­tion­al options — indi­ca­tion of arrhyth­mia, a scale with a pres­sure norm. Con­ve­nience is added by a pain­less cuff, mem­o­ry for 90 mea­sure­ments and the abil­i­ty to work from the net­work through an adapter.

Omron MIT Elite Plus

Omron MIT Elite Plus

The high­est accu­ra­cy among auto­mat­ic blood pres­sure mon­i­tors in this mod­el is achieved thanks to the patent­ed Intel­lisense sys­tem. It rec­og­nizes the state of the ves­sels and takes into account three indi­ca­tors — heart rate, oscil­la­tions and time. The tech­nol­o­gy is effi­cient, so the pres­sure read­ings dur­ing the mea­sure­ment are always cor­rect and accu­rate.

The rest of the mod­el is also very inter­est­ing and mod­ern. It can be con­nect­ed via USB to a com­put­er for chart­ing, pulse analy­sis, pres­sure. The mem­o­ry is large enough — 90 cells. Arrhyth­mia is rec­og­nized, there is a func­tion to cal­cu­late the aver­age pres­sure based on a series of mea­sure­ments. The cuff is attached to the shoul­der, which only increas­es the accu­ra­cy of the indi­ca­tors.

Microlife BP A6 PC

Micro­life BP A6 PC

This device is not only dis­tin­guished by increased accu­ra­cy, but also rec­og­nizes atri­al fib­ril­la­tion thanks to AFIB tech­nol­o­gy. No oth­er tonome­ter has such a func­tion. Time­ly recog­ni­tion of atri­al fib­ril­la­tion helps pre­vent the like­li­hood of a stroke. And the accu­ra­cy of AFIB tech­nol­o­gy is com­pa­ra­ble to con­duct­ing a car­dio­gram. This is con­firmed by stud­ies con­duct­ed in Europe.

In addi­tion, the tonome­ter is equipped with the best set of options among the mod­els par­tic­i­pat­ing in the rat­ing, which allows you to con­stant­ly mon­i­tor impor­tant indi­ca­tors of the work of the heart and blood ves­sels with­out vis­it­ing doc­tors too often. All infor­ma­tion declared by the man­u­fac­tur­er is ful­ly con­firmed by users — not a sin­gle neg­a­tive review can be found.

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