Actually, we don’t know for a fact that this thing from Matsushita is a non-invasive sphygmomanometer. Not that Google Translate unravels the mystery, either:
“Wrist hemadynamometer EW3039P” when rising and simultaneously can indicate the even highest blood pressure when going to bed “morning night relative function”, informs about the possibility of the error which is in the midst of measuring, “pulse interval fluctuation sign” is loaded. In addition, you say that 1 day 3 time, record of 1 months is possible with married couple 2, with the memory function which records the “highest blood pressure value” “lowest blood pressure value” “the number of pulse beats”.
Got it? Well, if you speak Japanese, we’d be glad for some help.
Original Japanese press release…
Google translated version…
(hat tip: MedLaunches…)
Update: Thanks to commenter Old Jay, the device does look like the Panasonic EW3039 BP Meter