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My Blood Pressure
Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Vista - English
You may inherit high blood pressure from your ancestors. So, it is very important to start keeping track of this as soon as possible in order to avoid all possible diseases related to it. My Blood Pressure has been created for that purpose.

Key features
-Practical : This software makes you keep track of your blood pressure on a regular basis by reminding you to do so every day on your computer. You can use it at home so there is no need to go to your doctor.

-Informative : It can give you the various changes that occurs on your blood pressure situation.
The chart displayed on your screen will help you to take some measures in order to prevent heart attack.

-Simple : There is possibility to see the ideal average blood pressure to your age. For your personal filing, you can print out the report and give it to your doctor for medical use. That way, it saves the doctor’s job and results in better health.

-Record : To be on the safe side, it is better to keep good record so that the follow-up would become easier. The date, time and the last record are automatically displayed whenever you open the program.

System requirements
It works great with Windows 7, XP, Windows Vista
Memory : 2MB

Not only does it save your time due to its quick data process but also, your life as it may allow you to take prompt action like diet, medication, other way of living in case of drastic changes in your blood pressure information.

A shareware that needs a trial period before definite use!


Alternative spelling: MyBPSetup.exe
Latest update on August 27, 2012 at 09:52 AM.
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Sunday July 19, 2020
Last seen
July 19, 2020

This program is great and easy to use. Now the bad part. The company that produced it is out of business and you can't activate this program.
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Monday April 28, 2008
Last seen
July 19, 2012

Main Points An advanced software to track your blood pressure.
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