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GlobalMRV
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re: Blood pressure monitor uses any Bluetooth version 4.0 'Smart Ready' smartphone or computer
GlobalMRV   2/13/2013 8:58:19 PM
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Where can you buy this device? I have been calling and emailing Oregon Scientific, IDT, and Nordic Semiconductor to pinpoint this device so we can purchase them...but no one answers any of the phones, no phone messages are returned, and no emails are responded to. Help!? I have checked www.oscientific.com, www2.oregonscientific.com, www.oregonscientific.com and have found nothing.

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re: Blood pressure monitor uses any Bluetooth version 4.0 'Smart Ready' smartphone or computer
GlobalMRV   2/8/2013 5:42:05 PM
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Seems like this is right up there alley. This is small battery driven LCD.

y_sasaki
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re: Blood pressure monitor uses any Bluetooth version 4.0 'Smart Ready' smartphone or computer
y_sasaki   1/4/2012 6:02:04 PM
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I thought why IDT is doing blood pressure stuff. This IDT is NOT the LSI company (Integrated Device Technology)...hong-kong based consumer electronics company, mostly producing battery driven small LCD devices such as kitchen timer or pedometers.

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re: Blood pressure monitor uses any Bluetooth version 4.0 'Smart Ready' smartphone or computer
chanj0   1/3/2012 6:00:01 PM
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4-6 months of carrying an equipment with 4 AA battery seems a bit too much. If it worked with with 1-2 CR2032, the device would be more appealing. On the other hands, measuring blood pressure requires pressure being apply to your arm, how does the device work? Continuous pressure seems to be hurtful to most people.

krisi
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re: Blood pressure monitor uses any Bluetooth version 4.0 'Smart Ready' smartphone or computer
krisi   1/2/2012 9:13:43 PM
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How far your cuff can be away from the computer/smart phone? Kris



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