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Withings said that BPM Connect has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to provide immediate and accurate feedback on heart rate, systolic and diastolic blood pressure measurements via color coding.
With BPM Connect, users can no longer rely on intelligenceMobile phoneTo view the data and related explanations, as they can be displayed directly on the device.
When synchronization is required, data can also be wirelessly transmitted to the accompanying Withings Health Mate app via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
As for the BPM Core, Withings said it is already listed in Europe and will be launched in the US later this year (waiting for approval by the FDA).
It is reported that BPM Core is the first over-the-counter device that can measure blood pressure, record ECG, and use a digital stethoscope to monitor the heart. In just 90 seconds, you can get three important readings.
Withings said that BPM Core is designed to screen for potential heart disease, such as atrial fibrillation or valvular disease. Equipped with an LED display and advanced sync options, it makes it easy to capture, view and share cardiovascular readings.
In terms of price, the BPM Core is 249.95 Euro / $229.95, which can be purchased through the European Apple Store, online store, or Withings website (the US market will wait until later this year).
BPM Connect is available in the US, this sphygmomanometer can passappleOr Amazon or Withings official channel to buy, the price is 99.95 Euro / 89.95 GBP / 99.95 USD.