Blood pressure readings tend to vary between measurements. A high or low blood pressure measured on a single occasion can be misleading and may not… Read More »Why should I adhere to a twice daily schedule to monitor my blood pressure?
BPCorrect sets the initial monitoring period as 7 days to encourage users to obtain at least 3 days of readings (2 AM and 2 PM… Read More »Why did the end-date of my monitoring period change?
On your phone, please click on “Settings–>Bluetooth.” Click on the “i” next to your blood pressure monitor and click “Forget This Device.” Then open the… Read More »My blood pressure readings are not syncing with the app. What should I do?
BPCorrect has been carefully designed to guide users to adhere to the American Heart Association’s recommended schedule of twice daily blood pressure measurements (two readings,… Read More »In the app, what is the difference between an “Extra reading” and an “AM reading” or “PM reading”?
Because blood pressure may vary between measurements, studies have shown that even when adhering to a twice daily monitoring schedule, fewer than 3 days of… Read More »Why doesn’t my blood pressure appear until I have taken 3 days of readings?
If your healthcare provider is registered to use the BPCorrect clinician portal, please navigate to “Settings”–>”Share readings with a practice.” Select your practice by clicking… Read More »How do I share my blood pressure readings with my healthcare provider?
Yes, the BPCorrect app allows users to manually enter blood pressure readings taken from any blood pressure monitor. We recommend use of an upper-arm blood… Read More »I already own a BP monitor. Can I use it with the BPCorrect app?
Any blood pressure monitor will work with BPCorrect. We recommend use of an upper-arm blood pressure monitor that has been validated by one of these… Read More »What BP monitors work with the BPCorrect app?
The BPCorrect app was designed by primary care doctors as a complete self-measured BP monitoring solution. The app is designed to work alone or in… Read More »How is the BPCorrect app different from other blood pressure (BP) tracking apps?