New Omrom Fitness Kit Combines Pedometer and Blood Pressure Monitor with Health Management Software

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Medical supply company Quick Medical is offering the new Omron Health Management Software Kit -- a state-of the-art pedometer and blood pressure monitor with personal health management software for the PC. The pedometer and blood pressure monitor each display a user's most recent readings on easy-to-read built-in screens. The software stores uploaded readings, analyzes weeks' and months' worth of records, and displays the results in chart and graph formats.

For anyone serious about increasing fitness in the new year, the Omron system is a perfect solution

Medical supply company Quick Medical is offering the new Omron Health Management Software Kit -- a state-of the-art pedometer and blood pressure monitor with personal health management software for the PC.

"For anyone serious about increasing fitness in the new year, the Omron system is a perfect solution," said Scott Hanna, CEO of Quick Medical. "Simply connect the USB-compatible pedometer or blood pressure monitor to your PC, and the Omron health management software charts your progress toward your health and fitness goals."

The kit includes the state-of-the-art Omron HJ720ITC Advanced Pocket Pedometer and the Omron HEM790IT Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor, along with the software CD. Both the pedometer and blood pressure monitor display a user's most recent readings on easy-to-read built-in screens. Once the readings are uploaded to the PC, the Omron Health Management Software stores and analyzes weeks' and months' worth of records and displays the results in chart and graph formats on the user's computer screen.

The pedometer measures steps, aerobic movement, minutes of walking, distance walked, and calories burned. Dual sensor technology allows it to be worn or carried in a pocket or bag. It can display the most recent 9 days' worth of exercise data, while a full 41 days of data are stored to be transferred to the PC using the standard USB cable included with the kit.

The blood pressure monitor measures blood pressure and pulse, displaying data from the last 90 measurements. When readings from the blood pressure monitor are uploaded to the software program, the user can view trends over time. A morning/evening comparison feature displays differences in systolic and diastolic blood pressure and heart rate.

Hanna notes that the HEM790IT blood pressure monitor includes a ComFit cuff that uses Omron's patented IntelliSense technology. IntelliSense automatically inflates the blood pressure cuff to the ideal level with each use, eliminating the need to repeatedly adjust the inflation level for effectiveness. The ComFit cuff is designed to fit regular and large arms, from 9 inches to 17 inches in circumference.

The pocket pedometer includes three Sony CR2032 batteries, a USB cable, and Omron Health Management Software. The blood pressure monitor includes four AA batteries and an AC adapter. The software is compatible with Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Edition, Windows XP Home Edition, or Windows XP Professional Edition running on a PC with a 600 MHz or higher Pentium-compatible CPU.

The complete Omron Health Management Software kit -- pedometer, blood pressure monitor, and software -- is available from the Quick Medical website for $122.95.

About Quick Medical
Quick Medical is a Snoqualmie, Washington, medical supply company offering more than 15,000 products including medical equipment, medical supplies, home health supplies, and fitness products. For more information, visit Quick Medical's website at http://www.quickmedical.com.

About Omron
Headquartered in Kyoto, Japan, OMRON Corporation is a global leader in the field of automation. Established in 1933, Omron has more than 33,000 employees in over 32 countries and serves customers in fields including industrial automation, electronic components, social systems, and healthcare. For more information, visit Omron's website at http://www.omron.com.

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