Hypertension Diagnostics Suite


Ambulo 2400's Hypertension Diagnostics Suite software offers a rich array of capabilities which are simple and flexible for any setting.  Whether intended for a small clinic, a large hospital or a multi-site clinical trial, the Hypertension Diagnostics Suite will meet your stringent requirements.

Intuitive and Powerful Software Features

Configure the device, including "One Click Programming"

arrow Test the device as needed

arrow Download measurements

arrow Track medications for each patient and study

arrow View the study results in tabular, graphical, histogram and aggregate statistical views

arrow Generate summary and detailed reports as well as comparison reports in rich-text-format (compatible with Microsoft® Word) and HTML (browser) format.  Print to PDF files as necessary1and save in EMR/EHR applications.

arrow Compare studies to assess progress, including automatic asleep/awake synchronization using built-in actigrapher

arrow Export/Import patient study data using industry standard XML format.  Files can be sent via electronic mail to colleagues and partners for re-import into the application at a remote location.  Export into Comma-Seperated file (CSV, compatible with Microsoft Excel) also available.

arrow HIPAA compliant with support for multiple user names, roles and unique passwords

arrow Support for Microsoft Windows® XP, Vista® and Windows 7

arrow Support for English, French, Spanish, Greek & Turkish.  Other languages coming.


  • Patient Files

  • Device Configuration

  • Table View

  • Graphical View

  • Actigraphy View

  • Statistics View


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Detailed Patient Records

arrow Maintain detailed patient records with unique ID's
arrow Track ABPM studies for each patient along with detailed medication records for each ABPM study
arrow Document unique notes, observations and diagnosis for each patient
arrow Export and import complete patient records including full ABPM information in industry-standard XML format
arrow Export ABPM study data in comma-separated (CSV - compatible with Microsoft® Excel)


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One Click Programming

arrow Select patient; use pre-defined configuration to program the device in a single click, or
arrow Configure one of four unique intervals such as day or night
arrow Configure measurements for each period to take place every 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120 or 240 minutes
arrow Enable or disable the button, display, buzzer and actigraphy during each period
arrow Randomize periods such that they don't fall on exact periods - minimizes patient anticipation and possible anxiety
arrow Define maximum pressure to be applied to improve comfort - particularly for hypotensive patients
arrow Adjust time zones in case the device is carried across time zones


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ABPM Study Table View

arrow View blood pressure data in tabular format
arrow Quickly distinguish asleep vs. awake measurements
arrow Adjust maximum limits for systolic and diastolic pressure and quickly determine which values exceed these limits
arrow View events and errors
arrow View hourly means for blood pressure
arrow Add remarks based on patient diary
arrow View the serial number and other detailed information of the ABPM device which carried out this study


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ABPM Study Graphical View

arrow Quickly determine the patient's circadian rhythm variability
arrow Identify when blood pressure and pulse rate rises and dips occur
arrow View hourly profiles for systolic, diastolic and pulse rate
arrow View events and errors
arrow View hourly means for blood pressure
arrow Analyze the extent of the morning rise where most heart attacks and strokes occur


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ABPM Study Actigraphy View

arrow Look at patient activity throughout the study period and correlate it to their blood pressure measurements and pulse rate
arrow Automatically determines asleep and awake patterns with manual override option
arrow Reduce reliance on patient diaries leading to inaccuracies in diagnosis
arrow Based on 3-axis accelerometer data collected on a second-by-second basis
arrow Helps in synchronizing ABPM data when comparing two different studies


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ABPM Study Statistics View

arrow Snapshot view of study information including maximum systolic and diastolic pressures as well as minimums and standard deviation (measure of variability)
arrow Separate views of awake and asleep measurements
arrow Indication of drops between asleep and awake periods for systolic, diastolic and pulse rate
arrow Load factors (percentage of measurements exceeding set limits) for each period.  Pediatrics limits automatically determined based on height, age and gender of the child based on guidelines.
arrow Categorization of hypertension and white-coat detection according to the AHA/JNC-7 or ESH guidelines.


1 A separate Adobe Acrobat PDF printer driver such as those available from Adobe Corporation or similar solutions (including such free solutions as www.pdf995.com) must be obtained and installed independently for PDF printing.



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