The TM-2657P is the newest model in the A&D freestanding fully automatic blood pressure monitor series.
A&D initially introduced the Waiting Room monitor about 10 years ago, and it is extensively used in hospitals, pharmacies, and GP surgeries — actually, it is estimated that it is used in more than one in every seven GP surgeries throughout the UK.
- Easy to use small footprint and barrier-free design
- Built for “high foot fall” areas to save time and money
- Simple to use, one-touch measurement
- Torque Controlled Belt drive Method (TCBM)
- Can be incorporated into Electronic Patient Record solution (EPR)
- Antibacterial arm cuff cover (incorporated as standard)/lower risk of cross infection
- Irregular Heart Beat (IHB) indicator
- Dependable high-speed printer with easy paper replacement
- BHS A/A Clinically Validated
- Return on Investment (ROI) typically within six months
- Network connectivity options using Bluetooth or RS-232
TM-2657P’s huge popularity is because it allows patients to “self-screen” and capture their own blood pressure readings (and weight using a connected Medical Scale). This saves precious clinical staff time, and therefore cost. It also enables clinical staff to treat more patients, and to concentrate on the patients that need the most help.
Where a practice has more than 3,500 patients, a waiting room monitor should be taken into consideration to help enhance patient screening. Once set up, the ROI is usually less than six months.
Based on the reputation of the preceding models, the TM-2657P offers rapid and accurate measurement, with its compact profile, it is very simple to use, and is highly durable.
The TM-2657P also provides a varied range of connectivity options — helping to widen market potential in several locations and areas of daily life such as hospitals, pharmacy services, health check-ups, medical clinics, corporate wellness, and fitness centers.
The monitor profits from very accurate Oscillometric BP measurement initially developed and patented by A&D in 1984.
It also boasts A&D’s Irregular HeartBeat Indicator (IHB), established by A&D in 2001 and currently found on A&D’s complete range of blood pressure monitors. This A&D revolutionary technology is presently used globally assisting in the opportunistic detection of arrhythmias — which consists of Afib (or Atrial Fibrillation).
The Torque Controlled Belt drive Method (TCBM) cuff fastening technology is an accurate, consistent, and durable oscillometric measurement of blood pressure on the upper arm depends on the precise cuff/bladder dimensions and pressure applied.
TCBM holds the upper arm impeccably with a tailored cuff circumference, the same measurement preparation performed by clinical nurses.