1. The electronic sphygmomanometer is a practical and practical medical device developed by the principle of modern electronic technology and indirect measurement of blood pressure. The principle is that the oscillometric method indirectly measures the blood pressure, deflates or inflates and perceives the information on the pulse waves. A series of complex transformations and calculations provide data on systolic and diastolic blood pressure.
2. The wrist sphygmomanometer is a special "pulse pressure value" for the wrist artery. It is more special for most middle-aged and elderly people, especially those with high blood viscosity, poor microcirculation, and patients with vascular sclerosis. Crowds, used for personal monitoring, can keep track of changes in their "blood pressure".
3. Wrist sphygmomanometer: small and light, easy to carry, measuring wrist blood pressure anytime, anywhere. The wrist-type sphygmomanometer is practical so that you don't have to take off your shirt, especially if it is too annoying to wear more clothes in winter. Thus, the wrist style will be very practical.