Features

  • Captures blood pressure on inflation for quick and comfortable readings
  • Irregular heartbeat indicator
  • Motion indicator
  • Free app enables patients to engage in their progress toward blood pressure goals and automatically send readings to their physician for review
  • Free Clinical Portal allows physicians to securely review patient compliance and progress
  • Powered by four AA alkaline batteries (included)—optional AC adapter available

Product Specifications

Product Shipping Weights and Dimensions
Height: 6.35 CM
Width: 24.13 CM
Depth: 17.78 CM
Weight: 0.665 KG
Connects to EMR? No


Product Warranty: TWO YEAR WARRANTY
Specifications are for a 'typical' configuration. Click on any part number link to see part number specific details.

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Accuracy You Can Count On

82% of physicians agree that most patients do not follow all of the correct steps to get an accurate blood pressure when monitoring at home.¹ With SureBP® technology, the Welch Allyn Home Blood Pressure Monitor 1700 Series can help compensate for less than perfect conditions.

Statistic

97% success rate in presence of motion3

Statistic

of the time, competitive devices fail in the presence of motion3


Learn More about the Welch Allyn Hypertension Program 

Clinician-connected remote patient monitoring has proven to help get patients to their target blood pressure.1

 


Cuff Size Matters


Proper cuff size increases accuracy.

The most common error in blood pressure measurement is undercuffing large arms4

The Welch Allyn Home Blood Pressure Monitor 1700 Series has the largest cuff range available with 3 cuff sizes (ranging in coverage from 15-54 cm) 

Included with each monitor:

Standard wide cuff (22-42 cm)

Additional cuffs available for the 1700 Series:

Extra small cuff (15-24 cm)

Extra large cuff (40-54 cm) 

Cuff Size Matters

Designed for Patient Comfort



Statistic

SureBP® proprietary algorithm enables accurate, 20-second readings. The fastest on the market3

Statistic

Captures blood pressure on inflation in about 1/2 the time as the leading competitor3

Compare Monitors 1500 Series 1700 Series
Connects to free Welch Allyn Home App
Single-button operation
Cuff sizes available Standard Extra Small, Standard, Extra Large
Fastest BP reading on the market
SureBP® algorithm* used in hospital-grade medical devices

welchallynhome.com for ordering and troubleshooting

Online ordering makes it easy for your practice to maximize compliance by helping patients purchase their Welch Allyn Home devices while still in your office. Patients can also make purchases from home. Plus, the site provides helpful resources such a how-to videos and FAQs.

Contact Welch Allyn directly for bulk orders.

App

Blood Pressure App for automatic sharing and tracking

Our free app enables your patients to collaborate with you as they work toward managing their blood pressure. Unlike similar apps, it goes beyond just providing a way to store their readings by automatically sending those readings to your Clinical Portal for review. 

Convenience

  • Download through the App Store® or Google Play™—a familiar and consumer-friendly process
  • Easily pairs with Welch Allyn Home devices for wireless
    data transmission to Clinical Portal
  • Patients can track progress—daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly
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Product not available for sale outside of the U.S. The Welch Allyn Home™ software is not intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, treatment or prevention of disease. It is not intended as a substitute for a medical care by a healthcare provider. It is not intended for emergency use or real-time monitoring.


Welch Allyn Home devices also connect seamlessly with existing remote patient monitoring (RPM) solutions via Bluetooth®technology.

To view a complete list of our RPM Integration Partners


1 Green B et al. Effectiveness of Home Blood Pressure Monitoring, Web Communication, and Pharmacist Care on Hypertension Control. JAMA 2008;299(24):2857-2867.  

2 Welch Allyn RPM Physician Research Study. April 2016 

3 Home Blood Pressure Monitor Motion Tolerance Clinical Study, August 2016

4 Miscuffing: inappropriate blood pressure cuff application, http://circ.ahajournals.org/, August 22, 2016