Metrix meters allow you to measure how your blood pressures fluctuate.
They can be used for blood pressure monitoring and monitoring of certain diseases.
But there’s one important caveat.
Metrix monitors have a range of ranges and readings.
And it can be difficult to compare your blood readings to those of other people.
So how do you compare your measurements with others?
Here are three tips for comparing your blood tests.
First, take a few minutes to look at the chart and see if you can see any differences.
A few examples: Blood pressure: If you’ve had an average blood pressure of 110/90, then you’ll see a range from a low of 101 to a high of 140/90.
If you’re reading a blood pressure below 80/50, you’ll notice a range between 100 to 160/60.
So you can compare the readings to people who have similar blood pressure.
Your readings will be lower than if you had an extra 100/80.
Diabetes: If your blood sugar levels are at or below 110/80, then your readings will range from 110/85 to 115/85.
You’ll see readings at or above 160/65, which is about the same as someone who has a low-sugar diet.
So your readings are lower than those of someone who is diabetic.
Heart: If a blood sugar reading of 120/85 is normal, then a reading of 110 or more will indicate heart problems.
So if you’re at or near 120/70, your readings should be at or around 130.
So a reading below 120/60 indicates you may have a heart condition.
It’s also possible that your blood sugars may be elevated during or after your diabetes medication, or your diabetes medications may be causing your blood glucose levels to rise.
So take care to follow your doctor’s instructions.
And if you are having problems with your blood or weight, talk to your doctor about other ways to manage your blood and weight.