A 24 Hour Blood Pressure Monitor is a device that will measure your blood pressure over a 24 hour period. It is worn during regular daily activities under regular clothing.

Blood pressure monitoring is extremely safe and no different than carrying around a small recorder for 24 hours. It is recommended you wear a top with loose fitting sleeves as a blood pressure cuff is attached to your arm.

It will take approximately 15 minutes to apply the blood pressure monitor. You will be required to return the next morning to have the blood pressure monitor removed.

The monitor is not water proof so you cannot have a shower or a bath until the monitor is removed.

 
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