BPro®
RADIAL PULSE WAVE ACQUISITION DEVICE
CENTER FOR
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The figure shows the cross section of the wrist that the BPro® is secured to the wrist by means of a wrist strap, similar to a watch in application.


The sensor plunger impinges upon the radial artery over the radius bone. The patented plunger system design is hemispherical in profile, and transfers pressure forces efficiently to the internal pressure sensor and provides a safe, comfortable patient interface.


The wrist strap system is specially designed to ensure that the sensor system mounted comfortably on the radial artery position. At the same time, together with the sensor housing, it provides constant applanation to the artery without compromising the comfort of the wearer. The strap system also takes into consideration in allowing for venous return at both the watch head and housing, and also avoiding any median nerve compression.



With the above features, a non-invasive reliable and accurate radial pulse wave is acquired.






BPro® - Radial Pulse Wave Acquisition Device


BPro® DEVICE DESCRIPTION
The BPro® device is a non-invasive pulse wave acquisition using modified applanation tonometry to acquire reliable and accurate real time arterial radial pulse waves. By using the captured data, BPro® with its ease of use and integrated application software packages has the potential to make real time 24-hour ABPM and arterial pulse wave measurement the standard of medical care for the early health management of hypertension and related illnesses.













Figure: HealthSTATS BPro® Device with Arterial Radial Tonometry


As shown in figure above, BPro® is a watch-like device worn on the patient's wrist. It is easy to use and mount on the wearer's radial artery.

 

BPro® Features

  1. Specially designed to visually reflect a watch-like monitoring device.

  2. Lightweight and easy to use.

  3. Specially designed mounting strap to secure BPro® device onto the wrist position.

  4. Does not disturb daily activities and night sleep.

  5. Delicate sensor with high accurate data acquisition capability

  6. Able to monitor 24-hr blood pressure and capture real time arterial pulse waves.






BProSOft® 24-hr ABPM Application Software


BPro®, together with the BProSOft® 24-hr ABPM Application Software is a novel ambulatory blood pressure monitoring system for recording patient’s blood pressure and pulse rate at regular interval over a period of 24 hours, including when the patient is sleeping.


BPro® is used as a radial pulse wave acquisition device.


BProSOft® 24-hr ABPM Application Software is used to acquire and document the stored blood pressure measurements from the BPro®.  BProSOft® 24-hr ABPM Application Software provides 24-hour profiles and statistical summary of the patient’s systolic pressure, diastolic pressure, pulse rate as well as the levels of nocturnal dip for systolic and diastolic pressures.  This information can be used by the physician as an aid to diagnosis and disease management of hypertension and related illnesses.

 

BProSOft® Features

  1. Measures 24-hr blood pressure continuously.

  2. Display  individualized blood pressure patterns.

  3. Identify patient  blood pressure fluctuation patterns.

  4. Identify levels of nocturnal dip for blood pressure i.e. night-time dip

  5. Complete assessment of  hypertensive condition.

  6. Enable individualized treatment and better management of hypertension.































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BPro® EVBP® Technology

BPro® incorporated a patented technology termed as Modified Applanation Tonometry. This technology is coined as EVBP® technology. EVBP® stands for Evidence-Based Blood Pressure. Tonometry was first used for the measurement of pressure in the eyeballs. HealthSTATS BPro® ABPM device implements the measurement at the radial artery of the wrist. (see illustration below).

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