About Microlife BP Monitors


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We stock a range of Microlife automatic blood pressure monitors primarily designed home/self assessment but also suitable for clinical use.

All of our units are TGA approved and have been clinically tested. They all meet the BHS  A/A grading protocol and have been approved by the BHS (British Hypertension Society).

icon_pad PAD (Pulse Arrhythmia Detection)

A Microlife blood pressure monitor with PAD technology detects irregular heart beats during a blood pressure measurement. If pulse irregularities occur during the measurement, the PAD symbol is displayed at the end of the measurement.

As a rule this is not a case 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. The device does not replace a cardiac examination, but serves to detect pulse irregularities at an early stage.

PAD_flashSee animated explanaton in flash (245KB) (Courtesy of www.microlife.com)

icon_mam  MAM (Microlife Average Mode)

"MAM Technology" provides superior reliability for blood pressure monitoring both at home and in professional settings. The improvements are achieved by the automatic data analysis of three successive measurements. Superior reliability gives important information to doctors and ensures that treatment plans meet healthcare needs.

Why MAM?

  • Human blood pressure is not stable
  • Blood pressure is a dynamic body parameter with variations over time.

Key advantages - Reduction of:

  • Insufficient rest prior to measurement
  • Movement artifacts
  • Cuff positioning influences

Medical Benefits

  • Improved accuracy
  • Reliable patient self-measurement data for the doctor
  • Safe hypertension diagnostic
  • Reliable therapy control

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 minutes.
  • Single result is not displayed.
  • Due to the (Data Analysis) result, a 4th measurement may be applied.

 MAM_flashSee animated explanation in flash (215KB) (Courtesy of www.microlife.com)


icon_clinically_tested_bhs  Clinically Tested

The BHS (British Hypertension Society) published a protocol of requirements for the evaluation of blood pressure measuring devices. This protocol has been used to evaluate a variety of blood pressure measuring devices. To meet the BHS criteria, devices must achieve a minimum B grade for both systolic and diastolic measurement. Grade A denotes greatest agreement with mercury standard and D denotes least agreement.

Microlife received the best possible result for their latest detection software (algorithm) used in upper arm devices.

This means that Microlife upper arm monitors supply the best possible accuracy and reliability for Hospital, Medical and Home use. See Ranking Table.....

Result Ranking Table

Grade Recommendation
A Hospital use
B Hospital use
C Medical & Home use
Microlife Systolic Diastolic
Upper Arm: A A

What is Fuzzy Logic?

"Fuzzy Logic" is an advanced technology used by a microprocessor to control technical components. Microlife automatic blood pressure monitors that indicate "Fuzzy Logic" are applying this technology.

The benefits for end users are an automatic detection of the approximate systolic value by which the device always inflates to the best level. This enables the highest possible accuracy for reliable measurements.

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