Automatic Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor
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NightView is the first at-home wrist monitor designed to measure nighttime blood pressure. Even with controlled daytime blood pressure, 1 in 4 people still has a condition called nocturnal hypertension.
With NightView, you can:
- Get the full picture of your blood pressure – both nighttime and daytime
- Monitor your progress and share data with your doctor to help improve treatment plans
Do you know what happens to your blood pressure while you sleep?
Normally, blood pressure is lower at night than during the day. However, if it does not drop, or if it rises even higher, this is a condition called nocturnal hypertension.
Your daytime blood pressure is only half picture. Download free NightView product leaflet to learn how Nightview can give a full picture of your blood pressure with minimal impact on your quality of sleep.Download leaflet
NightView product information for healthcare professionals
Are you a healthcare professional? Visit the NightView page for healthcare professionals for a clinical validation document and a free toolkit for healthcare professionals.Visit healthcare professional page
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