Garmin Index BPM Smart Blood Pressure Monitor Owner’s Manual
Download User Manual for Garmin Index BPM Smart Tubeless Blood Pressure Monitor [28 pages GUID-E72F728A-C9B4-4294-967D-EA17F5462A5C v1 2022 pdf/zip]
Garmin Index BPM
The Index BPM device is a tubeless blood pressure monitor. This is a medical device intended to measure systolic and diastolic blood pressure and pulse rate.
The device is designed for measurement and operation by adults age 18 to 75. The device is designed to measure adults (age 18 to 75) with an upper arm circumference of 22 to 42 cm (8.6 to 16.5 in.).
This is a not a diagnostic device. You should contact your physician if the device displays hypertensive or high blood pressure values.
There are no known side effects for using this device.
The Index BPM device is a standalone device that measures and displays blood pressure and pulse rate. You are not required to connect the device to a smartphone app. The optional smartphone app can only be used to store data for personal record keeping.
Read all instructions carefully before installing and using the Index BPM device.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
– Important Safety and Product Information
– Intended Use
– Device Overview
– Activating the Device
– Tips for Getting a Good Measurement
– Tips for Adjusting the Cuff
– Measuring Your Blood Pressure and Pulse Rate
– Blood Pressure Categories
– Smart Features
– Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network
– Changing the Wi-Fi Network
– Garmin Connect App
– Inviting Secondary Users
– Changing the User Profile
– Device Information
– Resetting the Device
– Replacing the Batteries
– Device Care
– Symbol Definitions
– Error Codes
– Manufacturer Information
– Radio Frequency Radiation Exposure
– RF Exposure Information (SAR)
– FCC Compliance
– FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement
– RF Statement
– Software License Agreement
– Limited Warranty
– Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration – Electromagnetic Emissions
– Declaration – Electromagnetic Emissions and Immunity
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