Terumo To Launch New Blood Pressure Monitor Targeted At Females
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Japanese medical device maker Terumo announced Jan. 8 that the company plans a February launch of Premiage P400, a blood pressure monitor that is applied on the wrist. According to the company, the device will be targeted at females in their 50s who are most likely to develop lifestyle diseases such as hypertension. Priced at around ¥10,000, the product also comes in four colors, including pink and beige. (Click here for more - Japanese language
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