Smart blood pressure monitors (with AF detectors) use advanced technology, such as sensors and algorithms, to detect AFib.
They can measure the pulse rate and rhythm, and analyze the data to identify patterns that may indicate AFib.
They also have an ECG (electrocardiogram) feature, which allows them to measure the electrical activity of the heart and provide a more accurate diagnosis of AFib.
While smart blood pressure monitors can be a useful tool for detecting AFib, they are not a replacement for a medical evaluation and diagnosis by a healthcare professional.
If a smart blood pressure monitor detects AFib, it is important to seek medical attention and follow the advice of a healthcare professional.
Smart blood pressure monitors are not intended to be used as a sole means of diagnosis or treatment. They should be used in conjunction with regular check-ups and medical advice from a healthcare professional.
Follow the manufacturer's instructions and consult with a healthcare professional before using a blood pressure monitor.