A systematic review of variability and reliability of manual and automated blood pressure readings.

@article{Skirton2011ASR,
  title={A systematic review of variability and reliability of manual and automated blood pressure readings.},
  author={Heather Skirton and Wendy Chamberlain and Caroline Lawson and Helen F. Ryan and Emma Young},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  year={2011},
  volume={20 5-6},
  pages={602-14}
}
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To compare the accuracy and appropriateness of auscultatory (manual) and oscillometric (automated) devices for measuring blood pressure in clinical settings. BACKGROUND Accurate measurement of blood pressure is integral to early recognition of deterioration in the condition of a patient. Despite recommendations regarding the use of auscultatory devices in situations where treatment decisions are made dependent on blood readings, the use of automated machines is becoming… CONTINUE READING

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