Blood Pressure Assistant for Health from integrates with Apple’s new Health app to provide an easy and informative analysis of highly accurate and detailed, yet confusing blood pressure recordings.

Schwabach, Germany (PRWEB) October 22, 2015

Blood Pressure Assistant for Health is a new iOS app that integrates with Apple Health to offer easy analysis of a user’s blood pressure recordings. From systolic, diastolic and pulse pressure to pulse and mean arterial pressure (MAP) readings, the app presents all the data in the form of meaningful charts with statistics, including readings compared to normal values.

Compatible with the iPhone and the iPod touch (iOS 8.0 or later), the app not only calculates the pulse pressure and mean arterial pressure (MAP), but also displays them in charts. The medically focused app reads the stored values from Apple Health and converts all the data into informative charts that include useful statistics such as the maximum, minimum, mean and median values of systolic, diastolic, pulse pressure, pulse and MAP data.

“There are a number of blood pressure monitors from manufacturers like ADE, Beurer, iHealth, Omron, Medisana and Withings in the market, which send the results to an iPhone app from the same manufacturer. However, neither these apps nor Apple Health provides good analysis of your blood pressure recordings,” said Horst Klier, developer. “Blood Pressure Assistant for Health is capable of reading the blood pressure data stored in Apple Health displaying it in a format that even doctors will find helpful while treating a patient.”

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With its simple, user friendly and intuitive interface, Blood Pressure Assistant for Health enables quick access to a user’s blood pressure recordings in a format that Is easy to understand. The best part is the app only views the existing data, without collecting or sharing any of it.

More information about Blood Pressure Assistant for Health is available at and the app is available for download at the App Store.

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