Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor

Upper arm blood pressure monitors have high accuracy and stability, hence it is prefer by most people. It is equipped with various patented technology as listed below.

Medically tested: Certified by the British BHS Hypertension Society and obtained the highest A/A level.

Some Microlife blood pressure monitors are equipped with various patented technology as listed below.

  • 百略microlife 心房顫動偵測AFIB技術

    PATENTED AFIB Technology

    Atrial fibrillation (AF) are the most common preventable risk factors for heart disease and stroke. Microlife AFIB is the world's only, medically proven technology for blood pressure devices that detects about dangerous Atrial fibrillation (AFib) as a method for early medical consultation. Learn more

  • microlife MAM 平均測量模式


    MAM (Microlife Average Mode) is the analysis of 3 successive blood pressure measurements in less than 3 minutes so that superior reliability is achieved by automatic weighted data. Learn more

  • microlife PAD 心律不規則偵測技術


    The PAD technology (Pulse Arrhythmia Detection) analyses pulse frequency and detects irregular heart beats during blood pressure measurement. If an irregular heart beat occurs during the measurement, the PAD symbol is displayed.  Learn more

  • microlife Gentle+舒適測量技術


    Gentle+ comfort measurement technology effectively shortens measurement time by controlling inflation pressure, allowing you to have a comfortable measurement experience. Learn more

Tips on using upper arm blood pressure monitor

Preparation before measuring blood pressure and how to measure it

  1. It is best to measure once every morning and evening, at about the same time every day. Do not measure when you are feeling unwell, overheated or cold, anxious, stressed, in pain, or unable to urinate.
  2. About 30 minutes prior to your blood pressure measurement, avoid smoking, eating, caffeinated drinks, exercising, and going to the toilet first to keep your mood calm. Before taking your blood pressure, you should sit in a chair and rest for at least 5 minutes, avoid crossing your legs, and take the measurement without distractions, such as talking or watching TV.
  3.  First, tie the armband around the arm. The front edge of the armband needs to be fixed on the inner bend of the elbow, leaving a distance of about 2 cm.
  4.  The height of the armband should be at the same level as the heart (if the armband is too low, the blood pressure reading will be higher than at the level of the heart.
  5.  After putting on the armband, relax with your palms facing up, start the blood pressure monitor and start measuring. Do not talk or move your body while measuring blood pressure.
  6.  If you don’t need to measure again, you can remove the armband and put the blood pressure monitor away, and record your blood pressure and the measurement date and time. You can even record your daily activities, such as what time you took your medicine, Mood and stress can help doctors adjust your medications more based on your condition.

Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor

Wrist blood pressure monitors are more comfortable than upper arm blood pressure monitors and are more suitable for people who experience pain due to inflated armbands.