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Blood Pressure Tracker - Log, Chart, and Share Blood Pressure Records With Your Doctor. FREE Desktop PC version.

The winner of multiple prestigious awards, this software celebrates seven years from the first version. This tracker helps manage high blood pressure to over 100,000 users.

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Measuring your blood pressure can help you and your doctor prevent or control hypertension and its many complications. Blood pressure readings in the doctor's office may be higher than at other times. The use of home blood pressure monitors can more accurately measure one's overall, or average, blood pressure level.

We suggest that persons over age of 40 begin keeping a daily log of their blood pressure readings. Measuring your own pressure is neither expensive nor difficult. It's a good idea to take readings at different times of day, in case there is a difference between morning and evening values. The Blood Pressure Tracker simplifies blood pressure and heart rate data logging. The software automatically saves systolic and diastolic blood pressure, heart rate, and time of measurement. In addition to being a convenient data logger the software is also a valuable tool for blood pressure longitudinal trends analysis. This longitudinal analysis may help you and your doctor decide on the best medicine and help adjust daily drug dosage.

platform trial version full version* $19.99
Desktop/Notebook/Tablet PC
OS: Win 95/98/Me/ NT/2000/XP/Vista/64-bit Vista/Windows 7

To download Blood Pressure Tracker User Manual in PDF format please click here: User Manual
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Pocket PC / Windows Mobile with touch screen
OS: Pocket PC 2002 or later/ Windows Mobile 5.0, 6.0 or later
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Version 7.1
BlackBerry
OS: RIM BlackBerry
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Palm
OS: Palm 3.0 or later
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* You do not need to uninstall the trial version, the full version will overwrite the trial software. The data input during trial period will not be affected.

Features

  • This software was designed in accordance with American Heart Association Guidelines.
  • The intuitive interface for systolic and diastolic blood pressure and heart rate logging.
  • Oversized numbers for easy data entry.
  • Monitor changes in blood pressure and heart rate over time on the longitudinal graphs.
  • Trending over any time interval (PC and Pocket PC only).
  • The Calendar view shows an average blood pressure day by day (PC and Pocket PC only).
  • The History display allows one to view all historic data.
  • Comments such as sickness, allergy, stress, or flying across several time zones can be easily entered from a drop-down box (currently not available Smartphone).
  • Text Comments can also be typed in (currently not available on Smartphone).
  • You can save all data into a text file for sharing with your physician.
  • You can save all data into a CSV file (comma delimited text file) for backup and editing.
  • You can edit the CSV file on the desktop PC with Excel, Notepad, or any other text editing software.
  • You can load data from the CSV file into the Tracker software (currently not available on Palm).
  • Extremely small database size - ten years worth of recordings take less than 100kB of your device memory. In other words, an average PC hard drive can store 10 million years of your blood pressure data.
  • Designed to be conveniently used by elder people, who may not have fully developed computer skills.
  • Customizable Normal Blood Pressure settings.
  • Version 6.1 adds record editing and allows the user to define normal Blood Pressure values.

Compatibility and Synchronization between Mobile Device and Desktop PC

RIM Blackberry:

  • You can transfer data from Blackberry to the Desktop PC:
    1. email the data from Blackberry.
    2. Open the email on the Desktop PC and save the attached CSV file.
    3. Load the data from the CSV file into the Desktop PC Tracker.

    You CANNOT transfer data from the Desktop PC to Blackberry.

  • Blackberry with touch screen: To hide the keyboard and to enable qwerty keyboard when the Storm is turned horizontally, you need to disable compatibility mode: Options->Advanced Options->Applications, highlight GlucoseTracker, and tap the menu button and select "Disable Compatibility Mode".
    This will enable "touch screen" features for the SoundTells application.

  • If you receive the following message "Application terminated. The Tracker has been denied the Interprocess Communication Permission." use the following fix: from the menu, select edit default permissions/connections, interactions, user data and turn allow on for all of them.

Pocket PC / Windows Mobile with touch screen:

Tracker 3.8 or later is compatible with Desktop PC Tracker all versions. There is no automatic synchronization. However you can transfer data between the devices via CSV file.
To transfer data from your mobile device to Desktop PC:
1. Save data into CSV file on mobile device.
2. Transfer the CSV file to Desktop PC.
3. Open the CSV file with the Tracker software on Desktop PC.

Palm OS:

Tracker 5.3 or later is compatible with Desktop PC Tracker all versions. The software includes a conduit to export the data to Desktop PC via CSV file. The CSV file then can be uploaded to Tracker software on Desktop PC.

Windows Mobile Smartphone without touch screen:

The Tracker currently is NOT compatible with Desktop PC Tracker.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are good blood pressure values?
Systolic blood pressure below 120 and diastolic blood pressure below 80 are generally considered nor-mal. Systolic blood pressure between 120 and 140 and diastolic blood pressure between 80 and 90 are generally considered prehypertensive. Systolic blood pressure above 140 and diastolic blood pressure above 90 are generally considered high.

2. When should I measure my blood pressure?
Measure your blood pressure when you are completely relaxed. You should not argue, eat, smoke, or exercise for at least 30 minutes before taking your blood pressure.

Blood pressure readings vary throughout the day. Blood pressure is usually highest in the morning, is lower in the evening, and is lowest during the night when your are asleep.

3. What is the best position to measure blood pressure?
Measure your blood pressure while you are seated in a comfortable, relaxed position. Take a deep breath when cuff inflates, then breath out slowly when the cuff deflates.

4. How can I reduce my blood pressure?
High blood pressure is often a response of your body to stress. Reduction of stress will keep the blood pressure down. A number of techniques are available for stress reduction. Please consider increasing duration of exercise, yoga, acupressure exercise, and meditation. Many of these are available for your mobile device and can be taken any place you can find privacy. Combination of all these techniques usually works the best.

5. Can I use meditation and acupressure in addition to my medications?
Yes. Meditation, acupressure, exercise, and yoga are great supplements to your medications. They can help you reduce the medication dose and, sometimes, even eliminate the medication all together.

6. Is it possible to keep the readings of 2 different people on the same device?
Yes. It is possible.
You will need to install 2 versions of the software into 2 different folders.
1. Install the 1st software into the default location.
2. Rename the shortcut to that software. For example, change it to 'MyWifeBP'.
3. Install the 2nd software into a different location.
4. Rename the shortcut to that software. For example, change it to 'MyOwnBP'.

7. Currently I monitor my BP up to 4 times daily. How can I display all measurement of the graph, not just the average daily value?
Click View>Graph Options..., select to "NOT average daily data...".

8. Desktop version only: Vista 64-bit on some PCs requests flash.ocx to run this software
Although this software does not use flash, on some computers running Vista 64-bit, Vista requests flash.ocx file. One of our customers suggested the following solution:
-search for flash10b.ocx. It is in directory .../sysWOW64/macromed/flash10b.ocx
-copy flash10b.ocx into the same directory and rename the new file flash.ocx
-now .../sysWOW64/macromed directory has both flash10b.ocx and flash.ocx
This solves the problem.

9. Desktop version only: Vista 64-bit. The program will partially load, but when I try to input data, the program stops working (both trial and the full version).
The PC has to be in "Run as Administrator" mode for the program to work.

10. I have just changed computers. I would like to continue using my Tracker that I have used since 2006.
On the old computer: start the Tracker software, File>Save Data into CSV File; Copy the CSV file to a flash drive.
On the new computer: install the Tracker software (it is compatible will all versions of Windows operating system), Insert the Flash drive with the CSV file, Start the the Tracker, File>Load Data from CSV file.

11. How to print the data from a desktop PC?
-To print the data: File>Print Last Month Records...
-To print the Graph: File>Print the Graph...
-To print the screen: Open the Paint program: Start>All Programs>Accessories>Paint. Open the Tracker,
program and press Alt+PrintScreen - this will copy the Tracker screen to the clipboard. Ctrl+V to paste the clipboard into Paint. Print from Paint program: File>Print.

12. How to print the data from a Smartphone?
-Save data into the CSV file.
-Transfer the CSV file to the Desktop PC.
-Install the free or paid version of the Tracker Software for PC.
-Load the data into the Desktop Tracker software.
-Print from the desktop.

13. Desktop version only: I have the operating system (OS) installed on C: drive but I have all my data files (pictures, music, video, etc) on my D: drive. That way if I have to re-install the OS, all my data is not’t lost. Can I store the tracker data on D: drive?
Yes. The tracker data is stored in the directory where you have installed the tracker program (In Windows 7 and Windows 8 OC, the location of data files has changed to:
C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files (x86)\SoundTells\Blood Pressure Tracker.) To store the data on the D: drive, just install the tracker on the D: drive.

14. Can I backup the tracker data?
Yes. Use File>Save Data into CSV File... to generate a backup file.
To load data from a backup use File>Load Data from CSV File...
Computer are inherently unreliable. Always backup your data on a separate storage media!

15. How do I change the Graph range?
-Click View>Graph Options...
-In the group Graph Range, select Set graph range manually and select the range.

16. When I go to the print command to print the last month’s records I get the error: "Cannot find the ... _Print.txt file".
Solution 1: turn off the "User Account Control" in Vista. This will allow the tracker to save the Print file in the installation directory. When the "User Account Control" is on, the Vista save the Print file in the Virtual Store. And the tracker does not know what file to print.
Solution 2: Use File>Save Data into Text File. Then Open the saved file with Notepad software and print the data.

17. What is the difference between the full and the FREE version of the Desktop tracker?
The full and the free versions have identical functionality. The free version is fully functional. It has no limitations. Neither full nor free version require registration. No personal information is ever collected. The FREE version has one extra feature. From time to time it will activate Internet Explorer window that will show Google Ads. You can support this software development by clicking on those ads when you are interested in the advertised material. If you are not interested just close the Internet Explorer window. The full version of the software does not have any ads. You can overwrite the free version at any time. The data input with freeware version will not be affected.

18. My data in the Calendar View & the Graph View disappeared suddenly, but the raw data is still present?
This can be caused by the change of date in the computer calendar.

19. The date in the Calendar View is incorrect
It is most likely that the date is set incorrectly in you PC. Please click on the time (in the lower right corner of the screen) and check the date.

20. Where does the Tracker software store the data files?
The tracker data (*.ste files) are stored in the directory where you have installed the tracker program. In Windows 7 and Windows 8 OC, the location of data files has changed to:
C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files (x86)\SoundTells.

Awards

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Reviews

Very Good product!
A reviewer from Swindon, UK
"This bit of software is simplicity itself to update and review. I need to watch my BP closely and like the other reviewers have found this to be the most convenient means of doing this and keeping an eye on trends. Easy to back up upload to PC and very few key/stylus strokes needed. An excellent product and probably a lifesaver."

A First Class Data Collection Package for Hypertensives!
A reviewer from Stourbridge, UK
"BP Tracker for Pocket PC is and excellent program for any hypertensive like me who needs to keep an eye on their blood pressure and record the data over a period of time. I have used this program for 4 months with great ease. The latest version 4.3.3 fixes all the issues mentioned by other reviewers with addition of the ability to add notes in free text to the .csv file and a variable data point size to display in the graph making it much easier to read when a large amount of data is displayed. The introduction of BP Tracker for PC is an excellent addition, whereas the Pocket PC version is useful to collect the data especially for anyone who travels, the desktop version can import the .csv file directly from ?My Pocket PC Documents? via ?ActiveSync? and display them in graphical, calendar and data file format on screen. From this screen it is possible to directly print a graph for anything from 7 days to 10 years with variable data point sizes to suit ones own taste, which very useful to take to ones own doctor for discussion and much easier than converting .csv data into an Excel graph. Data can be printed as a list of records in a text file directly from the program. Historic data can also be imported as a .csv file and displayed or printed in the same manner. The service from Sound Tells Support is First Class, having sent an email with my comments about these two programs I received a reply within a few hours and after some further short dialog an updated version taking the comments into account was released a few days later.""

Excellent program!
Gerald Tan from Adelaide, South Australia
"This is an excellent program for those who want to keep a record of their BP over time. Data entry from drop-down lists is easy, and historical data can be viewed, edited and saved in a text file. Data can also be viewed in graphical form, and the limitations of the small PDA screen is overcome by allowing the user to view data for different spans of time (a week, a month, a year). Historical data can also be read in from a CSV file, and can be saved (in case a backup is needed) in a CSV file. A calendar view shows BP readings for each day of the month, and the user has the option of displaying actual of average readings (if more than one reading is taken a day). BP Tracker has a number of features not found in other BP tracking programs. For example, some BP tracker programs do not allow the user to read in historical data (implicitly assuming that those who purchase a BP tracking program are recording their BP for the first time!), although they often do allow saving data in CSV format. Viewing data in graphical form (line or bar chart) is cumbersome in some BP tracker programs as different data spans each a week long need to be specified (by using date pickers) in order to overcome the limitation of the small screen. Still others are excruciatingly slow, especially when one has to edit data that has been previously entered. Having tried many BP trackers, I think that SoundTells' BP Tracker is, on balance, better than all the others. It has two minor short-comings: (a) it does not have a 'Note' feature, which is often useful when one wants to record changes in medication on certain dates, and (b) the dots of the graph are fixed at too big a size. While this may not matter when one is displaying, say, data for one week, it makes the graph difficult to read when one is displaying a large amount of data. It would be better if the size of the dots in the graph are programmed to vary inversely with the amount of data being graphed. These are, however, minor annoyances, which I am sure, will be fixed in the next version of what is an excellent program."

Logging data into Pocket PC is much cleaner!
John Cooper from Vera Beach, Florida
"I am a retired military officer. Per doctor?s order I was measuring my blood pressure daily. I still have a log of my old blood pressures hanging on the fridge door. Let me tell you - logging data into Pocket PC is much cleaner. I was also able to print down the log on my desktop. To do that I have saved blood pressure data into the text file, copied the file to the desktop, and opened it with Microsoft Word."

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Contact Information:
Please send your questions and comments to support@soundtells.com
Normally we are able to respond to your email on the same business day.

 

"Very Good product!"
A reviewer from Swindon, UK

"A First Class Data Collection Package for Hypertensives! "
A reviewer from Stourbridge, UK

"Excellent program!"
Gerald Tan from Adelaide, South Australia

"Logging data into Pocket PC is much cleaner!"
John Cooper from Vera Beach, Florida

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