Blood Pressure Tracker

With the availability of consumer electronic blood pressure cuffs, many people are now regularly tracking their blood pressure and pulse rates. Some are even looking to see if their BP has an effect on or is effected by their chronic pain condition.

You can use this Tracker to record your BP and Pulse, and then use the data analysis of the Summary Report to compare that data to your recent pain levels.

Diary Entry Input

The Blood Pressure Tracker uses three horizontally scrolling picker wheels allowing you to specify your Systolic and Diastolic pressures, plus your Pulse Rate.

The Blood Pressure units are mmHg

The Pulse Rate units is BPM (Beats Per Minute)

Summary Report Graph Samples

Blood Pressure vs Time

This graph shows your Blood Pressure data with the Systolic pressure in Blue and the Diastolic pressure in Purple. This is overlaid with the reported pain intensity levels for the same period, shown in red.

You can use this graph to look for any degree of correlation between your pain and blood pressure levels.

Pain Level vs Systolic Pressure

This chart aggregates the data from all Diary Entries during the reporting period that included a Blood Pressure and Pain Intensity level tracker. For each range of Systolic Pressure, the graph shows the range of pain levels reported and the average of those reportings as the green horizontal line.

This type of graph can be used to infer correlations between your blood pressure levels and pain intensity, although it typically would require a significant number of blood pressure entries per reporting period to provide a meaningful analysis.

Pain Level vs Diastolic Pressure

This chart aggregates the data from all Diary Entries during the reporting period that included a Blood Pressure and Pain Intensity level tracker. For each range of Diastolic Pressure, the graph shows the range of pain levels reported and the average of those reportings as the green horizontal line.

This type of graph can be used to infer correlations between your blood pressure levels and pain intensity, although it typically would require a significant number of blood pressure entries per reporting period to provide a meaningful analysis.

Pulse Rate vs Time

This graph shows your Pulse Rate data in Blue. This is overlaid with the reported pain intensity levels for the same period, shown in red.

You can use this graph to look for any degree of correlation between your pain and pulse rate levels.

Pain Level vs Pulse Rate

This chart aggregates the data from all Diary Entries during the reporting period that included a Blood Pressure and Pain Intensity level tracker. For each range of Pulse Rates, the graph shows the range of pain levels reported and the average of those reportings as the green horizontal line.

This type of graph can be used to infer correlations between your pulse rate and pain intensity, although it typically would require a significant number of blood pressure entries per reporting period to provide a meaningful analysis.