iHealth Blood Pressure Dock
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Does it provide a history of data (in chart form)? If so, for how long a period of time?
My doctor really appreciates the chart form that shows results over a period of time; preferably up to a year.
- Asked by Raymond M from Carlsbad
- Dec 10, 2011
1 Answer from the Community
Yes, the ihealth provides a history of data. I have owned my ihealth blood pressure dock since April of 2011. It has stored dozens of readings. The documentation says it can store up to 9,999 readings- but cautions that such a number will fill the ipad/iphone/ipod touch memory. It also has a touch switch to limit the number of recorded readings to 999 without taxing the device memory. The readings are listed by time, but also by hypertention categories, and in a graph format. One can choose among these display options for all stored readings. The results can be e-mailed, added to the twitter/facebook social networks, and can be printed out. I have been very satisfied with this blood pressure device. The free app which allows the dock to function with the i-devices has been updated several times at no cost. Each update has improved or added functionality. I hope this response has helped address your question.
- Answered by Michael F from Fond Du Lac
- Dec 12, 2011