The innovative All-in-One Blood Pressure Monitor OMRON 907 now eases and optimizes the clinical measurement ? with each patient and under every circumstance. With the turn of a button you can choose between automatic oscillometric and manual auscultatory measuring. The measured values are displayed digitally. Reading on the environmentally hazardous mercury column is not neccessary anymore.
One option available on the OMRON 907 blood pressure monitor is to use the oscillometric measurement method. It records the pressure fluctuations (oscillations) which occur when the cuff pressure is released and on this basis it calculates the systolic and diastolic pressure by means of clinically validated algorithms.
Automatic measurement is a time saver and reduces your work load because of the automatic inflating and deflating feature. After pushing the start button it does the work ? allowing you to concentrate on other matters.
Simplified Measurement Taking:
The OMRON 907 is quiet and quick to use. Many professionals work in noisy or busy environments that make listening or concentrating difficult, the OMRON 907 makes automatic measurements and is not influenced by its surroundings.
In the manual mode you are able to make an auscultatory measurement using your stethoscope to listen to the Koroktoff sounds. Especially when examining the patient for the first time you are able to detect irregularities such as arrhythmias.
Rapid deflation is also possible in the manual mode to accelerate the deflation speed. Therefore completing the measurement is quicker and with less discomfort for the patient.
The large LCD display clearly shows the measured values and is easy to read. Nevertheless a unique feature of the OMRON 907 is the HIDE capability. By pressing the HIDE button,the display blanks out when finished monitoring. This can help to reduce patient anxiety and over estimation of true blood pressure.
The OMRON 907 has been validated by the strict guidelines of the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI).