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Going Wireless - Wi-Fi Blood Pressure Monitors

By December 14, 2012

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A small company with headquarters in Chicago, IL (USA) is selling what they bill as the world's first Wi-Fi enabled blood pressure monitor. The USD $159 device can be connected to a Wi-Fi home network for sharing test results. The system also provides the ability to schedule periodic reminder alarms for people who need to test their blood pressure regularly, plus access their results via the Web. That's especially useful when wanting to help family members manage their testing remotely. The same company also offers a Wi-Fi enabled scale for people to track their weight over time.
More - Blipcare Unveils The World's First Wi-Fi Blood Pressure Monitor (sfgate.com)
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