Tensonic wrist

For an intensive self-measurement

Our TENSONIC wrist blood pressure monitor is the perfect instrument for patients and healthcare professionals who need a very accurate and frequent self-diagnosis. This highly accurate instrument is also very easy to use, which is essential for frequent measurements. Fully automatic, it’s not possible to use it wrongly. It’s also very reliable. SPENGLER excellence within everyone’s reach!

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WHO indicator for an immediate diagnosis

Thanks to the WHO tricolour indicator, the result obtained can be read in real time. No more questions needed. The diagnosis is reliable and precise, and can be shared immediately with your practitioner or your family and friends. And its large backlit display is pleasant to read.

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Accuracy which can be shared

Family use of the Tensonic wrist is possible thanks to its double memory of 60 time-stamped measurements. This makes it very easy to switch from Patient 1 to Patient 2 mode without losing any of the previous self-diagnostics.

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Close to the heart

The heart rate is monitored very closely with the arrhythmia detector, a key index for monitoring Hypertension . Three averaging calculations are available, also allowing precise monitoring of the average morning values.

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Well-protected, well-practical

With its box, which allows you to take it everywhere, you have a practical accessory for perfect positioning of your arm or your patient’s. Precision is also present in the details.

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Discover DepistHTA, the free application that helps to interpret blood pressure figures

Discover DEPISTHTA. the Hypertension Research Foundation (FRHTA), a foundation recognized as a public utility, launched the DEPIST HTA application in September 2019. Why launch DEPISTHTA : the HTA affects more than 10 million French people, the declared rates of prevalences are largely underestimated: more than 50%...

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