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Arterial hypertension is one of the most common diseases in the world. Such complications as myocardial infarction, insult, renal insufficiency often lead to disability or even death. Unfortunately, not every person with hypertension feels and knows about the disease. Frequently, only complications of arterial hypertension compel the patient to speak to a doctor. In these cases treatment becomes difficult and not always effective. Detection and adequate medication is a good way to prevent progress of disease. But can you detect the hypertension? Monitor your blood pressure! The Blood Pressure Browser: a program designed for self-assessment of the blood pressure at home.


The Blood Pressure Browser: a program designed for self-assessment of the blood pressure at home.

Visiting the doctor is not the only way to determine your blood pressure. You can do it by yourself at home. The only thing needed is an automatic blood pressure measurement device.

A single blood pressure measurement at hospital won't give you full information about the presence or absence of the disease. Blood pressure varies throughout the day and depends on a wide spectrum of factors. To ensure your health and wellbeing, monitor your blood pressure with the Blood Pressure Browser. It's easy: simply measure your blood pressure twice a day over the course of one week and add the results into an electronic database. Automatic analysis and diagnostics will be performed and recommendations displayed. If necessary you can then continue the monitoring. Your relatives, friends and colleagues can use our program too.

The Blood Pressure Browser software can be installed on a PC running Windows 2000/XP/Vista/WINDOWS 7

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Try Blood Pressure Browser for a FREE 30 day trial.  You may download the Blood Pressure Browser.

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