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For an easy and accurate self-measurement of your blood pressure

Discussion in 'iPad - Fitness & Well-Being' started by mwhartman, Apr 16, 2012.

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    For folks who need to monitor their blood pressure check out Withings Blood Pressure cuff it connect to iPhone and iPad.
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    That's good to hear, Mike- I may have to check that app out as I tend to get the "White Coat" syndrome when I am at doctor's. Would be good to know what my reading is compared to their readout.
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    Yes - this is good to hear. I wonder if they will also find a way to connect to the iPad for diabetics as well. So many people have to take blood sugar levels and monitor their health, this would be an application which would be definitely beneficial to many others.
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    Yes, there is...see this thread and look for my post. These were recommendations from the American Diabetes Association.

    http://www.ipadforums.net/ipad-health-forum/61396-best-diabetes-apps.html

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