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Developed for health & backed by science
BPM Core has been developed with the help of cardiologists from two major hospitals in Paris.
Monitoring hypertension, ECGs and heart sounds are key to improving cardiovascular health.
—Dr. Bougouin, Cardiologist & Internist
Press the button for your three-in-one heart health checkup. Readings are instantly shown on-device, and Wi-Fi sync means you don’t need your phone nearby.
Data at your fingertips
BPM Core seamlessly syncs with the free Health Mate app. You can access your data in the app or on the web with your personal Withings account. See your progress, share your data, and more.
See your ECG records to help detect AFib
Easily manage your blood pressure
Detect valvular heart diseases
See trends to improve over time
BPM Core immediately shows a color-coded blood pressure indication.
Free data storage
Get unlimited access and full control of your data, at no extra cost—forever.
BPM Core can be used by up to 8 people. You can assign a measurement to a user directly on the device.
BPM Core charges via USB and lasts for up to 6 months on a single charge.
Develop a routine
Set reminders for regular measurements in the app.
Works with Apple Health
Syncs seamlessly with Apple Health to export or import your blood pressure & heart rate data.
BPM Core can be installed on a smartphone or a tablet, via the Health Mate app available on iOS (iOS 10 and higher) and Android (6.0 and higher).
Cannot be set up from a computer
Stethoscope: Silicone membrane with a stainless steel support
ECG: 3 Stainless steel electrodes
LED matrix screen
Storage and memory
Unlimited storage on Withings cloud
Up to 8 measurements on-device between synchronizations
Charge via micro-USB cable
Battery life: up to 6 months
Arm circumference: 9" to 17" (22 cm to 42 cm)
Blood pressure monitor
Systolic blood pressure
Diastolic blood pressure
Pressure accuracy: Within +- 3 mmHg or 2% of reading
Detection of atrial fibrillation (AFib)
To obtain a complete analysis, the heart rate must be between 50 and 100 beats per minute during the recording.
Detection of valvular heart disease
The BPM Core performance to measure blood pressure was validated in a clinical trial.
The results are within the margin of acceptance defined by the internationally recognized evaluation standard of blood pressure monitors ANSI/AAMI/ISO 81060-2:2013, EN ISO 81060-2:2014, developed by the European Society of Hypertension, British Hypertension Society and Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation/American Heart Association.
Get to know BPM Core