Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring: an historical perspective.

Abstract

Since blood pressure was first measured more than 250 years ago, it has been assumed to be a fluctuating phenomenon, but always it has been determined by static measurements in the physician's office. In the 1940s, self-measurement at home was attempted, and two decades later the first ambulatory blood pressure recording devices were developed. These have… (More)

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