Omron M3 Comfort HEM-7134-E manuale

Omron M3 Comfort HEM-7134-E
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Thank you for purchasing the OMRON M3 Comfort Automatic Upper Arm Blood
Pressure Monitor.
The OMRON M3 Comfort is a compact, fully automatic upper arm blood pressure
monitor, operating on the oscillometric principle. It measures your blood pressure and
pulse rate simply and quickly. For comfortable controlled inflation without the need of
pressure pre-setting or re-inflation the device uses its advanced “IntelliSense
Intended Use
This device is a digital monitor intended for use in measuring blood pressure and
pulse rate in adult patient population who can understand this instruction manual
with the arm circumference range printed on the arm cuff. The device detects the
appearance of irregular heartbeats during measurement and gives a warning signal
with the measurement result. It is mainly designed for general household use.
Please follow this instruction manual thoroughly for your safety.
Please keep for future reference. For specific information about your own blood

Important Safety Information

Warning: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
could result in death or serious injury.
(General Usage)
DO NOT adjust medication based on measurement results from this blood
pressure monitor. Take medication as prescribed by your physician. Only a
physician is qualified to diagnose and treat High Blood Pressure.
Consult your physician before using the device for any of the following
conditions: common arrhythmias such as atrial or ventricular premature beats or
atrial fibrillation, arterial sclerosis, poor perfusion, diabetes, age, pregnancy,
pre-eclampsia, renal diseases. Note that PATIENT motion, trembling, shivering
may affect the measurement reading.
Do not use the device on the injured arm or the arm under medical treatment.
Stop using the device and consult your physician if you experience skin irritation
or other troubles.
Do not apply the arm cuff on the arm while being on an intravenous drip or blood
Consult your physician before using the device on the arm with an arterio-venous
(A-V) shunt.
Do not use the device with other medical electrical (ME) equipment
Do not use the device in the area the HF surgical equipment, MRI, or CT scanner
exists, or in the oxygen rich environment.
The air tube or the AC adapter cable may cause accidental strangulation in infants.
Contained small parts that may cause a choking hazard if swallowed by infants.
(AC Adapter (optional) Usage)
Do not use the AC adapter if the device or the power cord is damaged. Turn off
the power and unplug the power cord immediately.
Plug the AC adapter into the appropriate voltage outlet. Do not use in a
multi-outlet plug.
Never plug in or unplug the power cord from the electric outlet with wet hands.
Caution: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
may result in minor or moderate injury to the user or patient or
damage to the equipment or other property.
(General Usage)
Always consult your physician. Self-diagnosis of measurement results and
self-treatment are dangerous.
People with severe blood flow problems, or blood disorders, should consult a
physician before using the device, as the arm cuff inflation can cause bruising.
Remove the arm cuff if it does not start deflating during the measurement.
Do not use this device on infants or persons who cannot express their intentions.
Do not use the device for any purpose other than measuring blood pressure.
Use only the approved arm cuff for this device. Use of other arm cuffs may result
in incorrect measurement results.
Do not use a mobile phone or other devices that emit electromagnetic fields,
near the device. This may result in incorrect operation of the device.
Do not disassemble the monitor or arm cuff. This may cause an inaccurate
Do not use in a location with moisture, or a location where water may splash on
the device. This may damage the device.
Do not use the device in a moving vehicle (car, airplane).
Do not take measurements more than necessary. It may cause bruising due to
blood flow interference.
Consult your physician before using the device if you had a mastectomy.
Read “If your systolic pressure is more than 210 mmHg” of this instruction
manual, if your systolic pressure is known to be more than 210 mmHg. Inflating to
a higher pressure than necessary may result in bruising where the cuff is applied.
(AC Adapter (optional) Usage)
Fully insert the power plug into the outlet.
When disconnecting the power plug from the outlet, do not pull the power cord.
Be sure to pull from the power plug safely.
When handling the power cord, take care not to do the following:
Wipe the dust off from the power plug.
Unplug monitor when not in use.
Disconnect the power plug before cleaning.
Use only an OMRON AC adapter designed for this device. Use of unsupported
adapters may damage and/or may be hazardous to the device.
(Battery Usage)
Do not insert the batteries with their polarities incorrectly aligned.
Use only 4 “AA” alkaline or manganese batteries with this device. Do not use
other types of batteries. Do not use new and used batteries together.
Remove the batteries if the device will not be used for three months or more.
Use the battery within recommended period mentioned to it.
General Precautions
Do not forcibly crease the arm cuff or the air tube excessively.
Do not fold or kink the air tube while taking a measurement. This may cause
harmful injury by interrupting blood flow.
To unplug the air plug, pull on the air plug at the connection with the monitor, not
the tube itself.
Do not drop the monitor or subject device to strong shocks or vibrations.
Do not inflate the arm cuff when it is not wrapped around your arm.
Do not use the device outside the specified environment. It may cause an
inaccurate reading.
Read and follow the “Important information regarding Electro Magnetic
Compatibility (EMC)” in the “6. Specifications”.
• Read and follow the “Correct Disposal of This Product” in “6. Specifications” when
disposing of the device and any used accessories or optional parts.
• Please check (for example, by observation of the limb concerned) if the device is
not causing a prolonged impairment of PATIENT blood circulation.

1. Know Your Device


Monitor, arm cuff, instruction manual, storage case, battery set,
blood pressure pass


Arm cuff:


1.1 Display symbols:

Irregular Heartbeat Symbol ( )
When the monitor detects an irregular
rhythm two or more times during the
measurement, the irregular heartbeat
symbol will appear on the display with
the measurement values.
An irregular heartbeat rhythm is defined
as a rhythm that is 25% less or 25%
more than the average rhythm detected
while the monitor is measuring the
systolic and diastolic blood pressure.
If the irregular heartbeat symbol displays with your measurement results, we
recommend you consult your physician. Follow the directions of your
Movement Error Symbol ( )
The movement error symbol is displayed if you move your body during the
measurement. Please remove the arm cuff, and wait 2 - 3 minutes.
Take another measurement, remain still during measurement.
Average Value Symbol ( )
The average value symbol is displayed when you press and hold the memory
button for more than 3 seconds. The most recent average value appears on
the display screen.
Cuff Wrap Guide Lamp ( )
If the cuff was wrapped too loosely, it may cause unreliable values. If the
wrapping of cuff is too loose, the cuff wrap guide lamp does not light.
lights in green. This is the function which is used as an aid in
determining if the cuff is wrapped snugly enough.
Blood Pressure Level Indicator (Colour)
If your systolic or diastolic pressure is above the
standard range (135 mmHg for the systolic blood
pressure and/or 85 mmHg for the diastolic blood
pressure), the blood pressure level indicator (colour)
will light in orange when the measurement result is
displayed. If they are within the standard range, no
light will appear.
The JNC7* Guideline recommends the following guideline.
These are form statistical values for blood pressure.
* JNC7: The Seventh Report, 2003 Dec, of the Joint National Committee on
Prevention, Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood

1.2 Before Taking a Measurement

To help ensure an accurate reading, follow these directions:
1. Avoid bathing, drinking alcohol or caffeine, smoking, exercising and eating for
30 minutes before taking a measurement.
2. Rest for at least 5 minutes before taking the measurement.
3. Stress raises blood pressure. Avoid taking measurements during stressful times.
4. Measurements should be taken in a quiet place.
5. Remove tight-fitting clothing from your arm.

2. Preparation

2.1 Battery Installation

1. Remove the battery cover.

2. Insert 4 “AA” batteries as

indicated in the battery

3. Replace the battery cover.

• When the depleted battery symbol ( ) appears on the display, turn the
monitor off and remove all the batteries. Replace with 4 new batteries at the
same time. Long life alkaline batteries are recommended.
• The measurement values continue to be stored in memory even after the
batteries are replaced.
• The supplied batteries may have a shorter life.
Disposal of used batteries should be carried out in accordance with the
national/local regulations for the disposal of batteries.

2.2 Setting the Date and Time

Set the monitor to the correct date and time before taking a measurement for
the first time.

1. Press the button.

2. Push or to change the year

Push button to confirm the year and then the month flashes. Repeat the
same steps to change the month, day, hour, and minute.

3. Press the START/STOP button to turn the monitor off.

• If the batteries have been replaced, the date and time setting will need to be
• If the date and time are not set, “-:--” appears during or after measurement.

3. Using the Device

3.1 Applying the Arm Cuff

Remove tight-fitting clothing or tight rolled up sleeve from your left upper arm.
Do not place the arm cuff over thick clothes.

1. Insert the air plug into the air jack


2. Apply the arm cuff to your left

upper arm.
The bottom edge of the arm cuff
should be 1 to 2 cm above the elbow.
Cuff should be positioned on the
upper arm with the air tube pointing
towards your hand.

3. Secure closed with the

fabric fastener.
• When you take a measurement on the right
arm, the air tube will be at the side of your
elbow. Be careful not to rest your arm on the
air tube.
• The blood pressure can differ between the right arm and the left arm, and
the measured blood pressure values can be different. OMRON recommends
to always use the same arm for measurement. If the values between both
arms differ substantially, please check with your physician which arm to use
for your measurements.

3.2 How to Sit Correctly

To take a measurement, you need to be
relaxed and comfortably seated, at a
comfortable room temperature.
• Sit in a chair with your legs uncrossed and
your feet flat on the floor.
• Sit upright with your back straight.
• Sit with your back and arm being supported.
• The arm cuff should be placed on your arm at
the same level as your heart.

3.3 Taking a Measurement

• To stop a measurement, press the START/STOP button once to release the
air in the arm cuff.
• Remain still and do not talk while taking a measurement.
The monitor is designed to take measurements and store the measurement
values in the memory for 2 people using USER ID 1 and USER ID 2.

1. Select your USER ID (1 or 2).

2. Press the START/STOP button.

The arm cuff will start to inflate automatically.

3. Remove the arm cuff.

Press the START/STOP button to turn the monitor off.
The monitor automatically stores the measurement result in its memory.
It will automatically turn off after 2 minutes.
Note: Wait 2-3 minutes before taking another measurement. Waiting between
measurements allows the arteries to return to the condition prior to
taking a measurement.
Using the Guest Mode
The monitor stores measurement values for 2 users in the memory.
The guest mode can be used to take a single measurement for another user.
No measurement values are stored in the memory when the guest mode is

1. Press and hold the START/STOP

button for more than 3 seconds.
The USER ID symbol and the Date/Time
display will disappear.

2. Release the START/STOP button when the Date/Time display

turns off.
The arm cuff will start to inflate automatically.
Always consult your physician. Self-diagnosis of measurement results and
self-treatment are dangerous.

3.4 Using the Memory Function

The monitor automatically stores the results up to 60 sets for each user (1 and
2). It can also calculate an average value based on the last 3 measurement
values taken within 10 minutes.
• If there are only 2 measurement values in the memory for that period, the
average will be based on these 2 values.
• If there is 1 measurement value in the memory for that period, this is
displayed as the average.
• If the memory is full, the monitor will delete the oldest value.
• When viewing the measurement value taken without setting the date and
time, “-:--” is displayed instead of the date and time.
To View the Measurement Values Stored in Memory

1. Select your USER ID (1 or 2).

2. Press the button.

The Memory number appears for a second
before the pulse rate is displayed.
The newest set is numbered “1”.
Note: The cuff wrap guide result appears on
the display with the measurement
values. The cuff wrap guide lamp will not
: The arm cuff was wrapped snugly enough.
: The arm cuff was loose or not wrapped correctly.
3. Press the or button to view the values stored in memory.
: To view the older values
: To view the more recent values
To View the Average Value

1. Select your USER ID (1 or 2).

2. Press and hold the button for

more than 3 seconds.
• If the previous measurement was taken without setting the date and time,
the average value is not calculated.
• If there are no measurements results stored in the memory,
the screen to the right is displayed.
To Delete All the Values Stored in Memory
The values stored in the memory are deleted by USER ID.

1. Select your USER ID (1 or 2).

2. Press the Memory button, while the memory symbol ( )

3. While holding the button

down, press the
START/STOP button for
more than 3 seconds.
Note: You cannot partially delete the values stored in the memory.
All values for the user you select will be deleted.
Do not damage. Do not break it.
Do not tamper with it. Do not forcibly bend or pull.
Do not twist. Do not bundle during use.
Do not pinch. Do not place under heavy objects.

Automatic Upper

Arm Blood

Pressure Monitor

M3 Comfort (HEM-7134-E)
Instruction Manual
A. Display
B. Memory button
C. START/STOP button
D. Date/Time setting button
E. USER ID selection switch
F. Cuff wrap guide lamp
G. Up/Down buttons
H. Blood pressure level indicator
I. Battery compartment
J. AC adapter jack
(for optional AC adapter)
K. Air jack
O. USER ID symbol
P. Systolic blood pressure
Q. Diastolic blood pressure
R. Battery symbol (low/depleted)
S. Cuff wrap guide symbol
T. Heartbeat symbol
(Flashes during measurement.)
U. Memory symbol
V. Average value symbol
W. Date/Time display
X. Movement error symbol
Y. Irregular heartbeat symbol
Z. Blood pressure level indicator (bar)
AA. Deflation symbol
AB. Pulse display/Memory number
L. Arm cuff (Arm circumference 22 - 42 cm)
M. Air plug
N. Air tube
Irregular HeartbeatNormal Heartbeat
Blood pressure
Blood pressure
General Guidelines for Blood Pressure
Prehypertension at Office Hypertension at Home
Systolic Blood Pressure 120 - 139 mmHg 135 mmHg
Diastolic Blood Pressure 80 - 89 mmHg 85 mmHg
Change Confirm
Change Confirm
Change Confirm
Change Confirm
Change Confirm
: Forward
: Back
1 - 2 cm
Cuff Wrap Guide Lamp
If your systolic pressure is more than 210 mmHg
After the arm cuff starts to inflate, press and hold the START/STOP
button until the monitor inflates 30 to 40 mmHg higher than your
expected systolic pressure.
The monitor will not inflate above 299 mmHg.
Do not apply more pressure than necessary.
Alternating date/time
Omron M3 Comfort HEM-7134-E

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