Under normal circumstances, the service life of an electronic sphygmomanometer is 8 to 10 years (the design life is 5 years), but it will be extended or shortened due to the quality of user maintenance.
If your instrument is not dropped or hit by other external forces, its accuracy will usually change, but you can also calibrate the accuracy of the sphygmomanometer through the service socket. If the calibration result is still good, it is recommended that you do not replace it with a new one. You can use the old equipment to replace part of the cost and replace the new equipment.
At present, the technology of electronic sphygmomanometers is very mature, and the blood pressure monitors sold by TKL, which are produced by regular manufacturers, are cost-effective and a good choice. Regardless of product quality and after-sales, consumers are trustworthy.
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