Ambulatory BP Monitors TM-2441 A&D
The new TM-2441 and TM-2440 are created expressly for purpose, unlike some less deliberately made ambulatory devices that are bulky, unwieldy, and unpleasant, and are based on standard desktop/home use type monitors.
Weight: When it comes to patient comfort and receiving the best results, the weight of an ambulatory monitor is a key aspect. The new A&D series is the lightest in this class, with the TM-2440 weighing only 122 grams and the more feature-rich TM-2441 weighing only 135 grams.
This ensures that your patient will be oblivious to the fact that they are wearing an A&D Ambulatory Monitor.
Compact Design: When it comes to picking a device that a patient can wear comfortably and discreetly for long periods of time, the size of an Ambulatory Monitor is another significant consideration.
The new TM-2441 and TM-2440 are the smallest in their class, with dimensions of only 66mm x 24.5mm x 95mm (WxHxD). This, once again, ensures that your patient is barely aware that they are wearing an A&D Ambulatory Monitor.
Soft cloth cuff: Unlike some previous devices, which have rough plastic cuffs, the TM-2441 and TM-2440 have a soft, machine washable material that ensures optimal comfort as the patient wears the device for extended periods of time.
Upper Arm fittings range from 15cm to 45cm in the cuff range.
AFib : A&D pioneered IHB (Irregular Heart Beat)/Circadian Rhythm analysis technology in 2001, and this technology has been further improved on the new Ambulatory Monitor line.
The new monitors are equipped with A&D’s revolutionary Afib technology, which allows patients to be screened for both irregular heartbeat and atrial fibrillation (AFib).
PatientView 360: The new TM-2441 offers Clinicians a complete and comprehensive multi-sensor monitoring solution, enabling for the tracking and recording of extra patient-centric data while the device is worn.
By capturing Activity, Temperature, and Air Pressure in addition to blood pressure and heart rate, the new TM-2441 gives clinicians a more complete picture of the patient, allowing them to make better therapeutic judgments.