Despite the omission of in-depth editing tools, this freeware application keeps track of your blood pressure readings quite well. To start using Blood Pressure Tracker, you enter details such as your systolic pressure, diastolic pressure, heart rate, and the time of day the reading was taken. The color-coded calendar marks green if your blood pressure is normal, orange if you're on the verge of hypertension, and red if you have high blood pressure. The latest update lets you customize "normal" blood pressure, which is a welcome addition.
Blood Pressure Tracker displays your information graphs, allowing you to see your blood-pressure history over a specific number of weeks, months, or years. It's nice you can print all records and charts, but unfortunately you only can delete--not edit--individual entries. All things considered, health-conscious users seeking a blood-pressure-monitoring tool will find this program suitable, particularly since its price won't cause any stress.
Measuring your blood pressure can help you and your doctor prevent or control hypertension and its many complications. Blood pressure readings in the doctor's office may be higher than at other times. The use of home blood pressure monitors can more accurately measure one's overall, or average, blood pressure level. The Blood Pressure Tracker simplifies blood pressure and heart rate data logging. The software automatically saves systolic and diastolic blood pressure, heart rate, and time of measurement. In addition to being a convenient data logger the software is also a voluble tool for blood pressure longitudinal trends analysis. This longitudinal analysis may help you and your doctor decide on the best medicine and help adjust daily drug dosage.