There are more Best Selling Blood Pressure Monitors to avoid than there are to recommend.
In fact, 85% of over 3,000 we know of need to be avoided.
Most of these so called “Best Selling Blood Pressure Monitors” now appear on-line through sites like Amazon, who have no knowledge concerning the device accuracy.
If the monitor is not clinically validated for accuracy it should be avoided.
The World Hypertension League and the International Society of Hypertension in association with societies from around the world calls on all manufacturers of Blood Pressure Monitors to ensure that only clinically validated devices to a international protocol are placed on the market.
Medaval leads the way by adopted and endorsing all four of their recommendations.
How will you know your device is not Clinically Validated for accuracy?
Our advise, if we watermark the device with a question mark, then don’t buy.
Of the 75 Blood Pressure Monitors rated by Amazon as the “Best Selling Blood Pressure Monitors” on this page, 72 have not been proven to be accurate.