Going for Zero The Elimination of Heart Attack and Stroke

That's Our Mission

OMRON Healthcare is powering the mission toward the elimination of cardiac events. However, to achieve it, behavior change is essential. That's why we offer reliable blood pressure monitors to fit the needs of every one of the 103 million people in the U.S. that have high blood pressure! Now, besides knowing your blood pressure numbers, you and your healthcare provider can act on them to take control by optimizing treatment and achieving better health outcomes.

  • Time to change the public mindset from merely "checking" your blood pressure to "monitoring" it.
  • Technology is power that gives you information to change your heart health, your lifestyle, your future.
  • We're powering the movement with a comprehensive range of monitors; find the best blood pressure monitor that best fits you.
  • Together, let's redefine heart health, today, tomorrow and beyond! Join us and Take the Pledge!


We believe the next generation won’t be defined by age, but by a world without heart attacks or strokes. This is a world-changing mind-set we call Going for Zero™. We do our part through technology supporting personal fitness, heart health, healthy lungs and freedom from pain. You bring this commitment to life by understanding and sharing heart health with every step.

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New ACC/AHA Blood Pressure Guidelines: Check-in Time

It's been over two years since the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association released new blood pressure guidelines.
-103 million Americans were recategorized with high blood pressure.
-High blood pressure has nearly tripled among men age 20 to 44 and has almost doubled in women under 45 years of age.

That's nearly 1 in 2 of us. How are YOU doing?

Blood Pressure
Systolic mmHg
(top number)
Diastolic mmHg
(bottom number)

Less than 120
Less than 80

120 to 129
Less than 80

High blood pressure
Hypertension stage 1
130 to 139
80 to 89

High blood pressure
Hypertension stage 2
140 or higher
90 or higher

Hypertensive emergency
See your doctor right away
higher than 180
Higher than 120

Source: American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association 2017 High Blood Pressure Clinical Practice Guidelines