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LAS VEGAS — A designer and manufacturer of digital personal healthcare products has launched a blood-pressure monitoring system for the Apple iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
IHealth Lab's iHealth blood-pressure monitoring system lets users measure and track their blood pressure and heart rate.
“Empowering people to manage their personal health care is our passion,” said Yi Liu, iHealth Lab CEO. “The future of health management starts with the individual. By identifying how daily activities affect one's vitals, like blood pressure and heart rate, people can be more proactive about their personal health care.”
The iHealth blood-pressure monitoring system, which includes a battery-powered docking station and blood pressure arm cuff, is available for $99.95 from iHealth99.com.