It's a blood pressure monitoring system for iPod®, iPhone®, and iPad™.
It's a dock and charger for your iPod®, iPhone®, and iPad™.
Test - The Blood Pressure Dock works with existing application to measure your systolic and diastolic blood pressure; and your heart rate.
Track - iHealth™ records your Systolic/diastolic, heart rate, measure time, and pulse wave graph. Years of data only take up the space of a few songs.
Graph - Help you to manage your records by using simple tools: interactive graph, average calculation, smart WHO classification.
Share - E-mail to share your results with friends or family members to keep them notified of your current situation and historical results. You can also E-mail your doctor or other medical professional as part of an analysis of your health.
Get the application for BP3: This dock works with iPod, iPhone, or iPad, and you first need to install application (app). If you have not installed that, please check the following steps to get it. Please download the app of BP3 from the App Store following one of below processes, be sure your web function is enabled: 1. Connect your iOS device woth BP3. If there is no app available, the system would indicate "Application Not Installed". Please download the app free. 2. Launch the App Store, and search as the key words "iHealth", "BP3", "Blood Pressure Dock", the app could be found. Please download the corresponding app. After downloading, please install the app. 2. Connection to iPod, iPhone, or iPad: Step 1: Please confirm your iPod, iPhone, and iPad model is list in the compatible models. Step 2: Please confirm the iOS is higher than 3.0. If not, please update your iOS before using this product. Step 3: Connected iPod, iPhone, and iPad to blood pressure dock. Step 4: Launch the app. Step 5: Now the app should have recognized the dock and showed the battery capacity.
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