Re: Computer friendly blood pressure?
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On 08/29/2017 12:55 PM, Curt wrote:
On 2017-08-29, Terence <email@example.com> wrote:
Thanks, it is, Curt, and I hope yours is, and stays, good!
I would be grateful for the link, though- I use Garmin Connect for my Fenix
watch, and it would be good to check both on the same screen(s).
That page had been mentioned in another group.
Omron Blood Pressure Manager
The current version supports the following features:
Omron HEM-7322U (M500 IT, M6 Comfort IT) and HEM-7131U (M400 IT, M3
I haven't been able to determine which current model(s) match the
specified ones closely enough to be likely to work.
I will require a current model as I wish to obtain it from a distributor
or recognized re-seller (the massive discounts shown on some Amazon
pages make me wary).
I do not own nor intend to buy a smartphone.
I do not wish to store any data anywhere except on my personal hardware.
Also my doctor is revising how frequently and when he wants me to check.
I realize those restrictions limit my options.
Any idea of a group where monitoring blood pressure on a personal
computer would be more common than on a general Linux list?
To celebrate I bought a Caterham Seven Supersport and am now really
enjoying my regained health!