[The indirect measurement of arterial pressure as a function of cuff width in patients in the immediate preoperative phase, the phase of entry into the operating room and in the postanesthesia phase].


The goal of this study was to compare blood pressure measures using two sizes of cuffs: one standard width (12 cm) and other with correct width that is 0.38 of arm circumference as recommended by American Heart Association. The comparisons were done among surgical patients in mediate perioperative phase, reception area of operation room and postoperative… (More)


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