Accuracy of automated auscultatory blood pressure measurement during supine exercise and treadmill stress electrocardiogram-testing.

@article{Cameron2004AccuracyOA,
  title={Accuracy of automated auscultatory blood pressure measurement during supine exercise and treadmill stress electrocardiogram-testing.},
  author={James D. Cameron and Irene H Stevenson and Emily J Reed and Barry Patrick McGrath and Anthony M Dart and Bronwyn A. Kingwell},
  journal={Blood pressure monitoring},
  year={2004},
  volume={9 5},
  pages={269-75}
}
OBJECTIVES Monitoring of brachial blood pressure during exercise-electrocardiogram (ECG) testing is mandatory and changes in blood pressure (BP) can provide critical management evidence. Patient movement, mechanical vibration, artifactual sounds and observer variability make standard manual techniques problematic. This was an investigator-initiated study to assess an automated auscultatory technique of BP assessment [Tango exercise blood pressure monitor (SunTech Medical Instruments, NC, USA… CONTINUE READING

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