Remember, always consult your physician before making any changes to your health or diet regimen. The report does not diagnose any medical condition, nor is it intended to replace your healthcare professional.

About your 24BP report

 Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, or ABPM, is a frequently-used method for diagnosing hypertension. It provides a more comprehensive assessment of a person's blood pressure during daytime and nighttime and allows identifying patients with distinct blood pressure profiles, such as masked or white-coat hypertension.

24-Hour Overview

During the 24-Hour period, the 24BP device measured your blood pressure intermittently. This provides an overview of your blood pressure, including changes during the day and night.

The data is provided both numerically and in a graph for your convivence. The dashed line represents the threshold for what is considered high blood pressure, depending on the time of day.

Your blood pressure is comprised of two components: 

Systolic blood pressure (SBP) -  When your heart beats, it squeezes and pushes blood through your arteries to the rest of your body. This force creates pressure on those blood vessels, which is your systolic blood pressure.

Diastolic blood pressure (DBP) - While your heart rests between beats, filling up with blood and getting oxygen, the pressure in the arteries is your diastolic blood pressure.

Night vs. Daytime

Our blood pressure changes differently during the night and the day for various reasons. By comparing the changes and following them in each time frame, your physician can conclude clinical significance regarding your health.

Percentage Histograms

The histograms help you, and your physician understands whether your vitals are within normal range and if there is any need for further assessment.