Microlife BP 3AC1-1 PC Manual
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Microlife blood pressure monitors deliver the highest standards of accuracy from BHS and DABL, the world's leading authorities for accurate blood pressure measurement. This Premium Advanced digital upper arm automatic blood pressure monitor features patented Irregular Heartbeat Detection (IHD), Microlife Averaging Technology, and is compatible with Microsoft HealthVault. IHD Detects the appearance of an irregular heartbeat during measurement and gives a warning signal with your reading. An i... Read more
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EN Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor Instruction Manual (1-15) FR Tensiomtre automatique Mode demploi (16-31) ES Monitor automtico de la tensin arterial Manual de instrucciones (32-47) DE Automatisches Blutdruck-Messgert Gebrauchsanweisung (48-63) PT Medidor Automtico de Tenso Arterial Manual de instrues (64-77)
Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor Instruction Manual
Important Safety Instructions
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Batteries and electronic instruments must be disposed of in accordance with the locally applicable regulations, not with domestic waste. Ensure that children do not use the instrument unsupervised; some parts are small enough to be swallowed.
Table of Contents 1. Introduction 1.1. Features 1.2. Important information about self-measurement 2. 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. 2.5. 3. 4. 4.1. 4.2. 4.3. 4.4. 5. 5.1. 5.2. 5.3. 5.4. 5.5. 5.6. 5.7. 5.8. Important Information on the Subject of Blood Pressure and its Measurement How does high/low blood pressure arise? Which values are normal? What can be done, if regular high/low values are obtained? MAM technology (Microlife Average Mode) PAD - Pulse Arrhythmia Detection Components of your Blood Pressure Monitor Using your Blood Pressure Monitor Inserting the batteries Using an mains adapter (special accessory) Cuff connection Setting the time and date Carrying out a Measurement Before the measurement Common sources of error Fitting the cuff Measurement mode selection Measuring procedure Discontinuing a measurement Memory recall of measurements Memory cancellation of all measurements
6. PC-Link Functions 6.1. Installation and Data Transmission 7. 8. 9. Error Messages/Malfunctions Care and Maintenance, Recalibration Guarantee
10. Technical Specifications 11. www.microlife.com
1. Introduction 1.1. Features The blood pressure monitor is a fully automatic, digital blood pressure measuring device for use on the upper arm with integrated MAM and PAD technology. This monitor enables very fast and reliable measurement of the systolic and diastolic blood pressure as well your pulse by use of the oscillometric method. This device is easy to use and is proven in clinical studies to provide excellent accuracy. The large display makes it easy to visualize operational status and cuff pressure during a measurement. Before using, please read through this instruction manual carefully and then keep it in a safe place. For further questions on the subject of blood pressure and its measurement, please contact your doctor. Attention! 1.2. Important information about self-measurement Self-measurement means Control, not diagnosis or treatment. Your values must always be discussed with your doctor. Never alter the dosages of any medication without direction from your doctor. The pulse reading is not suitable for checking heart pacemakers! In cases of cardiac irregularity (Arrhythmia), measurements made with this instrument should only be evaluated after consultation with the doctor. Electromagnetic interference The device contains sensitive electronic components. Therefore, avoid strong electrical or electromagnetic fields in the direct vicinity of the device (e.g. mobile telephones, microwave ovens). These can lead to temporary impairment of the measuring accuracy.
2. Important Information on the Subject of Blood Pressure and its Measurement 2.1. How does high/low blood pressure arise? Your blood pressure level is determined in the circulatory center of your brain. Your nervous system allows your body to adapt or alter blood pressure in response to different situations. Your body alters your pulse and the width of blood vessels through changes in muscles in the walls of blood vessels. Your blood pressure reading is highest when the heart pumps or ejects blood this is called your Systolic Blood Pressure. Your blood pressure reading is lowest when the heart rests (in-between beats) this is called your Diastolic Blood Pressure. Note: Maintain blood pressure values within a normal range(s) in order to prevent particular diseases. 2.2. Which values are normal? Blood pressure is too high if at rest, the diastolic pressure is above 90 mmHg and/or the systolic blood pressure is over 140 mmHg. If you obtain readings in this range, consult your doctor immediately. High blood pressure values over time damage blood vessels, vital organs such as the kidney and even your heart. When blood pressure values are too low, i.e. systolic values under 100 mmHg and/or diastolic values under 60 mmHg, consult your doctor. Even with normal blood pressure values, a regular self-check with your blood pressure monitor is recommended. In this way you can detect possible changes in your values early and react appropriately. If you are undergoing medical treatment to control your blood pressure, please keep a record of the level of your blood pressure by carrying out regular self-measurements at specific times of the day. Show these values to your doctor. Never use the results of your measurements to independently alter drug doses prescribed by your doctor. Table for classifying blood pressure values (units mmHg): according to World Health Organization: Range Hypotension Normal range Mild hypertension Moderate hypertension Severe hypertension
Systolic Blood Pressure lower than 100 between 100 and 140 between 140 and 160 between 160 and 180 higher than 180
Diastolic Blood Pressure lower than 60 between 60 and 90 between 90 and 100 between 100 and 110 higher than 110
Measures Consult your doctor Self-check Consult your doctor Consult your doctor Consult your doctor immediately
If your values are mostly normal under resting conditions but exceptionally high under conditions of physical or psychological stress, it is possible that you are suffering from so-called labile hypertension. In any case, please discuss the values with your doctor. Correctly measured diastolic blood pressure values above 120 mmHg require immediate medical treatment.
2.3. What can be done, if regular increased/low values are obtained? a) Please consult your doctor. b) Increased blood pressure values (various forms of hypertension) over time are associated with considerable risks to health. Blood vessels in your body are endangered due to constriction caused by deposits in the vessel walls (Arteriosclerosis). This can result in a deficient supply of blood to important organs (heart, brain, muscles). Additionally, the heart will become structurally damaged. c) There are many different causes of high blood pressure. We differentiate between the common primary (essential) hypertension, and secondary hypertension. Secondary hypertension can cause organ malfunctions. Please consult your doctor for information about the possible origins of your own increased blood pressure values. d) There are lifestyle changes you can make to prevent and reduce high blood pressure. These measures must be part of a healthy lifestyle and include: A) Eating habits Strive for a normal weight as prescribed by your doctor. Reduce overweight! Avoid excessive consumption of common salt. (Many packaged foods contain high levels of salt). Avoid fatty foods. (Packaged foods are frequently high in fats).
B) Previous illnesses Consistently follow any medical instructions for treating previous illness such as: Diabetes (Diabetes mellitus or sugar diabetes) Fat metabolism disorder Gout C) D) Habits Eliminate smoking Drink only moderate amounts of alcohol Restrict your caffeine consumption (Coffee, tea, chocolate, etc.) Physical conditioning After a preliminary medical examination, exercise regularly. Choose sports which require endurance and avoid those which require strength. Avoid reaching the limit of your performance. With previous illnesses and/or an age of over 40 years, please consult your doctor before beginning your exercise activities. Your physician will help you develop an exercise routine that is appropriate for you.
2.4. MAM technology (Microlife Average Mode) MAM technology is a new type of concept for optimum reliability in self-measurement of blood pressure. An advanced measurement accuracy is achieved by the automatic analysis of three successive measurements. The new system provides reliable values for the doctor and can be used as the basis for reliable diagnostics and medication therapy for high blood pressure. A) Why MAM? Human blood pressure is not stable Scattering of devices
B) Key advantages Reduction of: Device scattering Insufficient rest prior to measurement Movement artefacts Cuff positioning influences C) Medical benefits Improved accuracy Reliable patient self-measurement data for the doctor Safe hypertension diagnostic Reliable therapy control
D) Measurement sequence With the full measurement cycles, the total measurement time remains less than 3 minutes, compared to a single measurement time of 1.5 minute. Single results are not displayed. Due to the Data Analysis result, a 4th measurement may be applied.
2.5. PAD - Pulse Arrhythmia Detection Appearance of the Arrhythmia indicator The appearance of this symbol signifies that a certain pulse irregularity was detected during the measurement. The result can vary from your normal blood pressure. As a rule this is not a cause for concern; however, if the symbol appears more frequently (e.g. several times per week on measurements performed daily) or if it suddenly appears more often than usual, we recommend you inform your doctor. Please show your doctor the following explanation:
Information for the doctor on frequent appearance of the Arrhythmia indicator This device is an oscillometric blood pressure measuring device that also analyses the pulse frequency during measurement. The accuracy of this device has been clinically validated. If pulse irregularities occur during measurement, the arrhythmia symbol is displayed after the measurement. If the symbol appears more frequently (e.g. several times per week on measurements performed daily) or if it suddenly appears more often than usual, we recommend the patient to seek medical advice. The device does not replace a cardiac examination, but serves to detect pulse irregularities at an early stage.
3. Components of the Blood Pressure Monitor The illustration shows the blood pressure monitor, consisting of: a) Measuring unit
Single Mode / MAM Microlife Average Mode
Cuff connection M button (memory)
Mains adapter power socket
b) Upper arm cuff Medium cuff (AC-1 M) for arm circumference 22-32 cm Large cuff (AC-1 L) for arm circumference 32-42 cm Note: The large cuff is available as special accessory
4. Using your Blood Pressure Monitor 4.1. Inserting the batteries Insert batteries immediately after unpacking the device. The battery compartment is located on the back of the device (see illustration). a) Remove cover as illustrated
b) Insert the batteries (4 x size AA 1,5V), thereby observing the indicated polarity.
c) If the battery warning appears in the display, the batteries are empty and must be replaced.
Attention! After the battery warning appears, the device is blocked until the batteries have been replaced. Please use AA Long-Life or Alkaline 1.5 V Batteries. The use of 1.2 V Accumulators is not recommended. If the blood pressure monitor is left unused for long periods, please remove the batteries from the device. 4.2. Using an mains adapter (special accessory) This blood pressure monitor can be operated with the Microlife mains adapter (output 6 V DC / 600 mA, DIN plug). a) Plug the plug into the socket at the back of the instrument. b) Plug the mains adapter into a 230 V or 110 V power socket. Test that power is available by pressing the O/I button. Note: No power is taken from the batteries while the mains adapter is connected to the instrument. If the mains voltage is interrupted during the measurement (e.g. by accidental removal of the mains adapter from the mains socket), the instrument must be reset by removing the plug from its socket and re-inserting the connections. Please consult a specialist dealer if you have questions relating to the mains adaptor.
4.3. Cuff connection Insert the cuff tube into the opening provided on the left side of the instrument, as shown in the diagram.
4.4. Setting the time and date This blood pressure monitor automatically records the time and date of each measurement. This is very important information as blood pressure normally varies over the course of a day. 1. After new batteries have been inserted the year is blinking in the display. You can adjust the year by pressing the M button. Press the Time button to confirm and switch to month setting.
2. The correct month can be entered by the M button. Press the Time button to confirm and switch to day setting.
3. Please follow the instructions above to set the day, hour and minutes. 4. Once the minutes have been set and the Time button is pressed, the date and time will be displayed on the screen. 5. If you want to change the date and time again, please hold the Time button down for about 3 seconds until the year number starts to flash. Now you can enter the new values as described above.
5. Carrying out a Measurement 5.1. Before the measurement Avoid eating, smoking as well as all forms of exertion directly before the measurement. All these factors influence the measurement result. Try to find time to relax by sitting in an armchair in a quiet atmosphere for about 5 minutes before measurement. Remove any garment that fits closely to your upper arm. Always measure on the same arm (normally left). Take measurements regularly at the same time of day, since blood pressure changes during the course of the day.
5.2. Common sources of error Note: Comparable blood pressure measurements always require the same conditions! These are normally always quiet conditions. All efforts by the patient to support their arm can increase blood pressure. Make sure you are in a comfortable, relaxed position and do not activate any of the muscles in the measurement arm during the measurement. Use a cushion for support if necessary. If the arm artery lies considerably lower (higher) than the heart, an false reading will be obtained. Each 15 cm difference in height results in a measurement error of 10 mmHg! Cuffs that are too narrow or too short result in false measurement values. Selecting the correct cuff is of extraordinary importance. The cuff size is dependent upon the circumference of the arm (measured in the center). The permissible range is printed on the cuff. If this is not suitable for your use, please contact your dealer. Note: Only use clinically approved Microlife Cuffs! A loose cuff or a sideways protruding air pocket causes false measurement values. 5.3. Fitting the cuff a) Push the cuff over the left upper arm so that the tube points in the direction of the lower arm. b) Lay the cuff on the arm as illustrated. Make certain that the lower edge of the cuff lies approximately 2 to 3 cm above the elbow and that the rubber tube leaves the cuff on the inner side of the arm. c) Tighten the free end of the cuff and close the cuff with the closer. d) The cuff should be snug on your upper arm, but not too tight. Any clothing which restricts the arm (e.g. pullover) must be taken off. e) Lay your arm on a table (palm upwards) so that the cuff is at the same height as the heart. Make sure that the tube is not kinked.
Note: If it is not possible to fit the cuff to the left arm, it can also be placed on the right. However all measurements should be made using the same arm. 5.4. Measurement mode selection Clinical studies demonstrate taking multiple blood pressure readings and calculating an average is more likely to determine your true blood pressure. This blood pressure monitor allows you to switch to the special Microlife Average Mode MAM that automatically takes multiple readings! MAM Mode: a) If you would like to take a MAM measurement, please slide the switch to the right toward no. 3. b) MAM mode takes generally 3 measurements in succession and calculates the result. c) The symbol in the display indicates that the device is set to the MAM mode.
Single mode: a) If you would like to take single measurement, please slide the switch toward no. 1. b) Single mode only has 1 measurement. 5.5. Measuring procedure After the cuff has been appropriately positioned, the measurement can begin: a) Press the O/I button. The pump begins to inflate the cuff. The rising pressure in the cuff is shown in the display. b) After reaching the inflation pressure, the pump stops and the pressure gradually falls. The cuff pressures are displayed. In case that the inflation pressure is not sufficient, the monitor automatically re-inflates to a higher level. c) When the instrument detects a pulse, the heart symbol in the display starts to flash and a beep is heard for every heartbeat. d) A longer beep is sounded when the measurement has been completed. The systolic, and diastolic blood pressures and pulse rate now appear in the display. e) The measurement results are displayed, until you switch the device off. If no button is pressed for 5 minutes, the device switches automatically off, to save the batteries. f) When the device is set to MAM mode, generally 3 separate measurements will take place in succession and calculates your detected blood pressure value. There will be 15 seconds resting time in-between each measurement. A count down indicates the remaining time and a beep will sound 5 seconds before the 2nd and 3rd readings will begin. In case that the single data of each cycle differ too much from each other, a fourth measurement is performed before the result will be displayed. In rare cases the blood pressure is such unstable that even after four measurements the data vary too much. In this case ERR 6 is shown and no result can be given. If one of measurement causes an error message it is repeated. 5.6. Discontinuing a measurement If it is necessary to interrupt a blood pressure measurement for any reason (e.g. the patient feels unwell), the 0/I button can be pressed at any time. The device immediately lowers the cuff pressure automatically. 5.7. Memory recall of measurements This device automatically stores the last 99 measurements. By pressing the M button, the number of stored measurements is displayed (e.g. 30 set). By pressing again, the last measurement, e.g. MR30 as well as previous 29 measurements (MR29, MR28, MR1) can be displayed one after the other. Data obtained in MAM mode are indicated by a symbol.
30 sets of stored measurements MR30: Value of the last measurement MR29: Value of the measurement before MR 30
5.8.Memory cancellation of all measurements Attention! Before you delete all readings stored in the memory, make sure you will not need refer to the readings at a later date. In order to delete all stored readings, depress the M button for at least 7 seconds, the display will show the symbol CL and 3 short beep sounds will be heard to indicate deletion of stored readings. Note: If your last stored measurement was taken in the MAM mode, you will see the symbol approximately 3 seconds during the deletion procedure. (The display will show this symbol during deletion of all stored measurements, if the last measurement is taken in the MAM mode).
6. PC-Link Functions This device can be used in connection with a persoanl computer (PC) running the Microlife Blood Pressure Analyser (BPA) software. The memory data can be transferred to the PC by connecting the monitor via cable with the PC. 6.1. Installation and Data Transmission a) Insert CD into CD ROM drive of your PC. The installation will start automatically. If not, please click on SETUP.EXE b) Connect the monitor via cable with the PC no need to switch the device on. Three horizontal bars will appear on the display and last for 3 seconds. The bars will then flash to indicate that the connection between computer and device is successfully made. As long as the cable is plugged, the bars will keep flashing and buttons are disabled.
During the connection, the device is completly controlled by the computer. Please refer to the help file for software instructions.
7. Error Messages/Malfunctions If an error occurs during a measurement, the measurement is discontinued and a corresponding error code is displayed. (Example: Error no. 1)
Error No. Possible cause(s) ERR 1 The systolic pressure was determined but afterwards the cuff pressure fell below 20 mmHg. The tube may have become unplugged after the systolic blood pressure was measured. Further possible cause: No pulse has been detected. ERR 2 Unnatural pressure impulses influence the measurement result. Reason: The arm was moved during the measurement (Artefact). ERR 3 Inflation of the cuff takes too long. The cuff is not correctly seated or the hose connection is not sealed. ERR 5 The measured readings indicated an unacceptable difference between systolic and diastolic pressures. Take another reading following directions carefully. Contact you doctor if you continue to get unusual readings. ERR 6 Single data differ too much during MAM mode even after 4 cycles. No average result can be displayed. HI The pressure in the cuff is too high (over 300 mmHg) OR the pulse is too high (over 200 beats per minute). Relax for 5 minutes and repeat the measurement.* LO The pulse is too low (less than 40 beats per minute). Repeat the measurement.* * Please consult your doctor, if this or any other problem occurs repeatedly. Other possible malfunctions and possible solutions If problems occur when using the device, the following points should be checked and if necessary, the corresponding measures are to be taken: Malfunction Remedy The display remains empty when the 1. Check whether the batteries are installed with the correct instrument is switched on although the polarity and correct if necessary. batteries are in place. 2. If the display is unusual, remove the batteries and then exchange them for new. The pressure does not rise although the Check the connection of the cuff tube and connect properly if pump is running. necessary. The device frequently fails to measure 1. Fit the cuff correctly on the arm. the blood pressure values, or the values 2. Before starting the measurement make sure that the cuff is not measured are too low (too high). fitted too tightly and that there is no rolled-up sleeve exerting pressure on the arm above the measuring position. Take off articles of clothing if necessary. 3. Measure the blood pressure again in complete peace and quiet. Every measurement results in different Please read the following information and the points listed values although the device functions under Common sources of error. Repeat the measurement. normally and the values displayed. The blood pressure values measured Record the daily development of the values and consult your differ from those measured by the doctor about them. doctor.
Further information The level of blood pressure is subject to fluctuations even in healthy people. It is important to compare measurements taken under the same conditions and at the same time of day. (Quiet conditions)!
If you have any questions regarding the use of this blood pressure monitor, please ask your dealer or pharmacist for the Microlife Service representative in your country. The Microlife Service Team will be happy to help you. Never attempt to repair the instrument yourself! Any unauthorized opening of the instrument invalidates all guarantee claims!
8. Care and Maintenance, Recalibration a) Do not expose the device to either extreme temperatures, humidity, dust or direct sunlight. b) The cuff contains a sensitive air-tight bubble. Handle the cuff carefully and avoid all types of straining through twisting or buckling. c) Clean the device with a soft, dry cloth. Do not use gasoline, thinners or similar solvents. Carefully remove spots on the cuff with a damp cloth and soapsuds. Do not wash the cuff in a washing machine or dishwasher! d) Handle the tube carefully. Avoid stress from pulling, pinching and sharp edges. e) Do not drop the instrument or treat it roughly in any way. Avoid strong vibrations. f) Never open the device! This can negatively impact the calibration! (accuracy)
Periodical re-calibration Sensitive measuring devices must be checked for accuracy from time to time. We recommend a periodical inspection of your device by an authorized microlife dealer every 2 years. Your factory authorized Microlife dealer would be pleased to provide more information regarding calibration.
9. Guarantee This instrument is covered by a 3 year guarantee from the date of purchase. The guarantee is valid only on presentation of the guarantee card completed by the dealer confirming date of purchase or the receipt. Batteries, cuff and wearing parts are not included. Opening or altering the instrument invalidates the guarantee. The guarantee does not cover damage caused by improper handling, discharged batteries, accidents or non-compliance with the operating instructions. Name and company address of the responsible dealer:
10. Technical Specifications Weight: Size: Storage temperature: Operation temperature: Display: Measuring method: Pressure sensor: Measuring range: SYS/DIA: Pulse: Cuff pressure display range: Memory: Measuring resolution: Accuracy: Power source: 503 g (with batteries) 118 (W) x 177 (L) x 77 (H) mm -20 - +55 C; 15 - 95 % relative maximum humidity 10 - 40 C; 15 - 95 % relative maximum humidity LCD-Display (Liquid Crystal Display) oscillometric capacitive 20 to 280 mmHg 40 to 200 beats per minute 0299 mmHg Automatically stores the last 99 measurements 1 mmHg Pressure within 3 mmHg Pulse 5 % of the reading DC 6 V / 600 mA a) 4 dry cells (batteries) UM-3, size AA, 1.5 V b) mains adaptor 6V DC 600 mA (optional) Medium (AC-1-M) for arm circumference 2232 cm or Large (AC-1-L) for arm circumference 3242 cm (optional) EN 1060-1 /-3 /-4; IEC 60601-1; IEC 60601-1-2 (EMC)
Microlife blood pressure monitors deliver the highest standards of accuracy from BHS and DABL, the world's leading authorities for accurate blood pressure measurement. This Premium Advanced digital upper arm automatic blood pressure monitor features patented Irregular Heartbeat Detection (IHD), Microlife Averaging Technology, and is compatible with Microsoft HealthVault. IHD Detects the appearance of an irregular heartbeat during measurement and gives a warning signal with your reading. An irregular heartbeat may indicate or cause cardiovascular disease. Leading cardiologists recommend taking three consecutive blood pressure measurements and averaging them for a more accurate result. This blood pressure monitor features Microlife Averaging Technology which enables a single or average mode measurement- just like the doctor does it! Microsoft HealthVault lets you collect, store, and share health information online. Connect your HealthVault compatible home health monitoring devices from partners, such as sport watches, blood glucose monitors, peak flow meters and blood pressure monitors, to HealthVault Connection Center, and let our software copy your device data to your HealthVault record. The package also includes valuable information from the American Heat Association.
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