Sunday, May 27, 2012



- Breakthrough non-invasive method to measure SYS, DIA, CASP and BPM
- More accurate systolic pressure (SYS) measurement
- Portable


- More accurate systolic pressure (SYS) measurement, specifically CASP
- Systolic pressure in mmHg (SYS)
- Diastolic pressure in mmHg (DIA)
- Pulse rate in BPM
- Results memory of 200
- Portable

  The A-PULSE CASPal® provides both the usual systolic pressure (SYS) and central aortic systolic pressure (CASP). The difference is the usual systolic pressure  is the measure of the blood pressure at the brachial artery (pressure at the arms). The central aortic systolic pressure (CASP) is the blood pressure at the root of the aorta or the largest artery in the body, as the blood is being pumped out of the heart. The CASP is thought to be more accurate. 

   The A-PULSE CASPal® would highlight differences between SYS and CASP. Also in cases in which medication is raising CASP even while it may seem to reduce or have no effect on SYS. Another tool in the fight against hypertension and other ailments.

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