Healthcare/052018/03 | Ketharaman G | PUBLIC


What is Blood Pressure?

Blood pressure is measured by two numbers: the top number is the systolic pressure (when the heart is pumping blood) and the bottom number is the diastolic pressure (when the heart is at rest).

A normal blood pressure number is below 120/80. Prehypertension is diagnosed between 120/80 – 139/89, Stage 1 hypertension is between 140/90 – 159/99, and Stage 2 hypertension is blood pressure above 160/100. Low BP measures between 90/60. Low blood pressure can be a matter of concern especially to the elderly where it may cause inadequate blood flow to the heart, brain, and other vital organs.

By addressing underlying issues with diet and lifestyle changes, you may be able to reduce your blood pressure without resorting to drug treatment. In an article, Harvard health letter states “It has been found that around 72% of high BP patients kept their BP under control when they did regular BP monitoring at home.”​

“ B.O.L.T is a compact and wireless home health monitoring system that helps in taking preventive measure for better health. ”

KEY FEATURES OF B.O.L.T Blood Pressure Monitor

  • Measures: Blood Pressure, Oxygen Saturation, Pulse, Body Temperature, Blood Sugar, Blood Cholesterol, Total Haemoglobin Count
  • Comfit wrap BP cuff for easy to use
  • User-Friendly B.O.L.T application instantly displays the result and indicates the health condition.
  • Ability to store data in Apple Health kit/Personal Health Cloud
  • B.O.L.T application available on iOS, Android and Windows platforms
  • Maintain historic and trends data of all vitals measured
  • Multi-Language support
  • Individual application login with built-in access control to keep data secure
  • Auto Calibration
  • Extensible API to support integration with Health Systems
  • Rechargeable Battery

Personal Health Archive in the Cloud

You can archive the information from B.O.L.T to give you a historical view of vital health data as you build and maintain your Personal Health Record. Then upload and save your results to your Personal Health Cloud to view, share and analyze health trends and access them anytime, anywhere.

You can also share health data directly with your healthcare provider and add this information to your Electronic Medical Record (EMR), allowing you to take a more active and collaborative role in managing your health and addressing ongoing health challenges.