Sphygmo Blood Pressure

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4.6
261 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

An app designed by doctors to help you collect and manage your blood pressure and blood glucose readings. This app has been created to help you measure your blood pressure and blood glucose accurately using your own home monitor, follow your trends over time, and help your healthcare provider best manage your care.

• Use our new personalization feature to:
- evaluate your blood pressure according to the American clinical
guidelines;
- assess your health habits;
- and track your medications.

• Ensure your measurements are performed accurately by following our "how-to" measurement guide.

• Rapidly and efficiently calculate blood pressure and blood glucose averages with our patent-pending Swipe Averaging™ feature. Bring your phone to your next appointment with your physician or pharmacist, and they can use Swipe Averaging™ to quickly and easily assess your readings for clinical decision making.

• Link your readings directly to your healthcare provider or pharmacist, through the Sphygmo Telemonitoring System. Find out more at mmhg.ca/products

• Learn from internationally renowned experts what blood pressure is, about high and low blood pressure, and how blood pressure can best be controlled.

• Easily track your blood pressure using any blood pressure monitor. Automatically transmit your readings using a compatible Bluetooth-enabled home BP monitor, or manually enter the value reported by any blood pressure monitor.

• Track your blood glucose using any blood glucose monitor by recording the values in Sphgymo.



The following Bluetooth-enabled devices are supported.

• A&D Medical Premium Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor (UA-651BLE)
• A&D Medical Premium Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor & Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor (UA-1200BLE & UB-1100BLE)
• A&D Medical Wireless Weight Scale (UC-350BLE)
• A&D Medical Premium Wireless Weight Scale (UC-352BLE)
• BIOS Protocol® 7D MII (BD245)
• Omron 5, 7, & 10 Series® Upper Arm Monitor (BP7250, BP7350, BP7450, & BP7450CAN)
• Omron 7 Series® (BP761, BP761N, BP761CAN, & BP761CANN)
• Omron 10 Series® (BP786, BP786N, BP786CAN, & BP786CANN)
• Omron Blood Pressure Monitor (BP769CAN)
• Omron EVOLV® (BP7000)
• Omron Complete™ Blood Pressure Monitor (BP7900)
• Omron Silver, Gold, & Platinum (BP5250, BP5350, BP5450)
• Omron Wrist, Gold Wrist, & 7 Series® Wrist (BP653, BP654, BP4350, & BP6350)
• Welch Allyn 1700 Series (HBP100SBP)
• Roche Accu-Chek Guide (Model 930)
• Trivida True Metrix Air
• Contec CMS50D-BT



PRIVACY AND SECURITY: We require users to create an account with an email address and password. This is so that we can help you if you replace your device, want to use multiple devices, or need to recover your password. Otherwise, you can use the app without entering personal information unless you wish to link with your healthcare provider, in which case you will have to complete the profile to allow your provider to identify you. We take security very seriously. Data transmission is encrypted and our medical grade server is located in Ontario, Canada.



MEDICAL DISCLAIMER: The Sphygmo Home app is not intended for the diagnosis of or screening for hypertension or diabetes. Users should be aware that the Sphygmo Home app is an information management service to enable the analysis of blood pressure and blood glucose data and is not intended to be a substitute for the advice of a health care professional. Individuals should always consult their doctor or other qualified health care professional with any questions they may have regarding a medical condition, including any queries or concerns about blood pressure and blood glucose management. You should never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of information transmitted to or contained in your Sphygmo app.
Updated on
Aug 15, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, Health and fitness and 3 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
4.6
261 reviews
Shobha Rao
June 17, 2020
Good app. I've only used the manual entry for blood pressure so far. Will test out other features as per need. One issue I found was that I kept clicking on the "Skip Second Measurement" button by mistake when I instead wanted to enter the second measurement. My suggestion is to ask the user for confirmation "Do you wish to skip the second measurement?" before continuing. This will prevent errors in entry. Thanks.
13 people found this review helpful
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mmHg Inc.
June 17, 2020
Hi Shobha, thank you for supporting our app. That's an excellent suggestion, and we will make sure this is added to our next app release. We hope you continue to enjoy using Sphygmo!
Isabel Santos
November 9, 2022
Great app for monitoring my BP. I used to write my readings manually, then tried several other apps. But this is the best I've come across with. I like that it takes a second measure and averages it, then saved as a history. It is handy to have this information whenever I visit my doctor. I highly recommend this app.
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mmHg Inc.
November 9, 2022
Thank you very much for your positive feedback Isabel. We hope you continue to enjoy using Sphygmo.
Jeff Thurston
September 2, 2021
Sphygmo App is a real discovery that has turned to out to be a welcome help. After trying out quite a few apps, I came across this app. It has the ability to work both automatically with selected BP devices, alternatively, data can be entered manually. This is particularly useful because the app can save blood pressure, Glucose, Weight, Temperature, Respiratory Rate and Oxygen Saturation data from finger devices. Few apps do this, most process one or two of these. Unique to this app is the a double measurement from which an average is calculated for a selected time /date. In other words, it is more reflective of the actually measured factor with the second measurement taken a minute later (or can be skipped). Those with selected devices can use the Bluetooth connection. Data can be exported readily for 30 day, last year and all time periods. Just choose the program you wish to have it delivered to through the Share feature. Developed by doctors and engineers at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada this app is handled through a university start-up company (mmHg Inc. Canada). The fact that it is free is simply amazing. If you want to support the group you can opt to send in €2.39 to support their work using the Google Play Store which makes it quick and easy. Sphygmo App appears to be developed with a model of health care in mind that could allow patients and doctors to see and share the same results. Patients would provide health care providers / doctors with sufficient permissions to access data thereby cutting down paperwork, speeding up doctor / patient diagnosis and communication. This is a model I have seen with health sensors that is emerging. Hopefully this app will continue to involve doctors in its development, as it could really help people where a more full coverage of data integration arises through many types of sensors. I can't say enough positive things about the Sphygmo App. That is because I tested quite a few and learned very quickly there is a lot of variability between them and few apps handle so many measurement types. It exports data, graphs results and allows for data recovery. Obviously the price is right and surprising. Perhaps the App is in development, and hopefully any change in pricing would be minimal. A few points for development I would like to see: -- Language options could be expanded to include French, German, Spanish and so on. -- While measuring is handled well, there is no indication whether or not the user has varying degrees of hypertension etc. based on the values. Doctors would obviously know what measurements mean, and some indication of that might be useful. Even colors like green, yellow and red, for example. -- A data import function would be useful. In my case, once I found this app, I wanted to move all my data into it, but there is no import function beyond selected devices it interfaces. -- It would be great if this app could connect to an ergometer while exercising, and record data through bluetooth. Heart and pulse data are often measured while riding along with cadence. In summary, this app is an excellent discovery, especially for the price. I hope these folks keep developing it. I highly recommend others to try it out.
17 people found this review helpful
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mmHg Inc.
September 2, 2021
Hi Jeff, thank you very much for such a thorough and positive review. We are very pleased that you find the app so helpful. Of note the app is available in English, French, Spanish and Chinese - it adapts to the native language of the device. A new tool for htn status is in the works. We appreciate your comments on further improvements. Regards,

What's new

• Added Heal Force PC-60NW pulse oximeter
• Other minor fixes and improvements