Rossmax blood pressure monitors
With a Rossmax blood pressure monitor you can measure your blood pressure with Swiss precision. Validations from recognized institutions, such as BHS (British Hypertension Society), ESH (European Society of Hypertension) confirm the accuracy, safety, stability and reliability of the products. In addition, the Rossmax blood pressure monitors are also listed on the international validation lists of DABL and StrideBP and are therefore recommended by the Dutch Heart Foundation. Rossmax blood pressure monitors are also recommended for use during pregnancy.
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Atrial Fibrillation Detection (AFib)
With the AFib detection, the blood pressure monitor is able to detect atrial fibrillation (atrial fibrillation). Atrial fibrillation is a common heart rhythm disorder, especially in older people. In atrial fibrillation, the heartbeat is irregular and usually too high. Atrial fibrillation is an arrhythmia that is not life-threatening, but usually requires treatment. This is to prevent damage to the heart. If the blood pressure monitor detects atrial fibrillation, it will display it with the “AFib” symbol at the end of the measurement.
Premature Contraction Detection (PC)
The PC of Premature Contraction Detection is unique. No other brand has this technology. With this detection, the blood pressure monitor checks whether an 'extra' heartbeat is detected during the measurement. Too many 'extra' heartbeats has a negative influence on the functioning of the heart. These extra beats can disrupt your regular rhythm, they can occur early or cause a significant pause in your detectable heart rate. These are called palpitations, which can be felt in your chest. If not related to mental stress, or an acute and severe physical strain, they can be a sign of heart disease. This mainly occurs in people over the age of 40. If the blood pressure monitor detects premature contractions, the “PC” symbol will appear at the end of the measurement.
Tachycardia Detection (TACH)
Tachycardia detection is when a heart rate above 100 beats per minute is detected, without cause. This is a heart disorder that is not very well known. Normally, the resting heart rate is about 60 to 100 beats per minute. This rhythm is determined by the sinus node in the right atrium of the heart. In tachycardia, the heart rate is regular, but much faster than normal. During an attack, the heart rate can rise to 100 to 200 beats per minute. This can take a few minutes to several hours. If tachycardia is detected by the blood pressure monitor, it will be displayed with the “TACH” symbol at the end of the measurement.
Bradycardia Detection (BRAD)
Bradycardia detection is when a heart rate is less than 55 beats per minute. This is also a heart disorder that is not very well known. A low heart rate is normal for athletes in good condition. Due to training, their heart is more muscular and pumps more vigorously. Normally, a low heart rate does not have to be dangerous. Most people have no complaints. It's about getting your heart pumping enough blood. If this does not work, your brain does not receive enough blood and oxygen and then symptoms such as dizziness, fainting, fatigue, less ability to concentrate and memory problems will arise, and it may be related to heart disease. If bradycardia is detected by the blood pressure monitor, it will be displayed with the “BRAD” symbol at the end of the measurement.