Blood Pressure Monitor K 2-233( WRIST)

Blood Pressure Monitor K 2-233( WRIST)


R 735.00 including VAT


Virtual Discussion


The K 2-233 is a digital wrist-type blood pressure monitor, with a M shaped cuff, patient friendly and easy to use. Ensure blood pressure monitoring is done correctly!

This blood pressure monitor employs the oscillometric method for measurement of blood pressure and pulse rate. Circuits within the cuff sense the small oscillations in pressure against the cuff produced by the expansion and contraction of the arteries in the wrist in response to each heart beat. The amplitude of each pressure waves is measured, converted to millimetres of mercury, and displayed on the LCD as a digital value .



Operating Principles :   Oscillometric method (automatic)
Measurement type: Wrist
Pressure Range: 3~300mmHg
± 3mmHg (Cuff Air Pressure)
± 5% (Pulse Rate)

Measuring Range :
50~250mmHg (Systolic)
40~180mmHg (Diastolic)
40~160bpm (Pulse Rate)

110g (Not including batteries)




* FUZZY Technology to reduce pain from pressurization
* Touch Sensor Display
* Automatic Inflation System
* Automatic Power Shut Off

2 Memory banks:
The measured values are automatically saved for later review in either one of the two memory banks, (1) or (2). These two memory banks can be used to save readings of two persons separately or save the morning readings and evening readings separately.
Each bank can save up to 60 readings. When the number of the stored readings reaches 60, the oldest reading will be deleted to record new reading.
When a reading is taken, it records the date and time that reading was done, ensuring the correct feedback regarding the reading can be given.
Irregular Pulse Rhythm Symbol:
Pulse rhythm can be disturbed by talking, moving or arrythmia. The K2-233 displays a symbol indicating irregular pulse rhythm when intervals between pulse rhythm waves is over 25%.

Body Motion Symbol:
The K2-233 displays a symbol when body movement is detected during measurement. Measurement results can be affected by body motion.

Pulse Pressure Display:
Pulse pressure is the systolic reading minus the diastolic reading. Pulse pressure decreases with age. Pulse pressure has been considered to be related to the stiffness of arteries , and has been studied as one of the circulatory risk factors. 45mmHg of pulse pressure is considered normal value. Pulse pressure is not an indication of arterial sclerosis, but should be monitored in the long term regarding arterial sclerosis.

WHO Classification Symbol:

Measured blood pressure values are classified against the WHO guideline ( 1999).
The higher class applies when systolic and diastolic pressures fall into different classes of risk.

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