The Rossmax X9 Blood Pressure Monitor is an advanced device created in Switzerland, containing technology designed by a leading Swiss Cardiologist, to provide the user with optimal service and accurate results.
Heart disease is the biggest killer in the UK. As a result, it is important to be vigilant and do regular assessments to check for conditions and monitor the health of your heart and body. The X9 uses PARR technology (Pulse Arrhythmia Technology) to carry out advanced risk assessments, normally only possible through several devices, in one place. This provides the user with an understanding of their risk of cardio diseases and disorders.
The X9 is able to test the risk of:
- Arrhythmia ARR (irregular heartbeat)
- Atrial Fibrillation (Atrial quivers and irregular beating)
- Premature Contractions (Extra, abnormal heartbeats in unusual areas of your heart
- Tachycardia (Fast heart rate of over 100bpm in adults without stress)
- Bradycardia (Slow heart rate of less than 55 bpm in adults without endurance training)
On the screen it displays the blood pressure, heart rate and also on the left it shows a hypertension risk indicator to clearly state whether there is a high risk (red) or low risk (green).
Both Automatic and Auscultatory modes are available to suit all operators. To help get the most accurate results, the X9 has movement and loose cuff detection to let the user know to stay as still as possible or to tighten the cuff. The Rossmax BP monitor can also remember the last 90 readings, which are also downloadable through the USB port.
Making it a leader in accuracy and functionality, the Rossmax X9 BP monitor gives the patient the ability to monitor the health of their heart successfully.
Included is an AC/DC adaptor, storage bag, batteries, 3 different sized cuffs and an instruction manual.
Cuff size guide:
L size: 34~46cm (13.4”~18.1”) M size: 24~36cm (9.5”~14.2”) S size: 16~26cm (6.3”~10.2”)
How to use:
Before you start, remove clothing from the arm area. Rest for a minimum of 3 minutes before testing.
1. Sit down at a table, in a relaxed environment and rest your arm on a firm surface with your feet flat on the floor.
2. Apply the cuff to your upper left arm so that the tube is going downwards towards your ring finger. Insert the plug into the opening on the monitor.
3. Press the Auto/Auscultation switching key to select Auto mode or Auscultation mode. After a measuring mode is selected, press the ON/OFF/START key to reset the monitor so it can start measurement in the chosen measuring mode.
1. 'Auto' will appear on the screen and the cuff will start to inflate as the pressure goes up.
2. When the measurement is completed, the cuff will stop inflating and the readings will be shown on the screen.
1. 'Auscultation' will appear on the screen.
2. Make sure you have the stethoscope in place ready, as the cuff will start to inflate.
3. During deflation, press the MARKER key to record the onset of Korotkoff sound as the systolic pressure, and press the MARKER key again to record the disappearance of the Korotkoff sound as diastolic pressure.
4. When completed, the cuff will deflate and the reading will show on the screen.