Determining which automatic digital blood pressure device performs adequately: a systematic review

@inproceedings{Wan2010DeterminingWA,
  title={Determining which automatic digital blood pressure device performs adequately: a systematic review},
  author={Yamin Wan and Carl Heneghan and R. Stevens and Robert J. McManus and Aoife Ward and Rushika M. Perera and Michael Thompson and Lionel Tarassenko and David C Mant},
  booktitle={Journal of Human Hypertension},
  year={2010}
}
The aim of this study is to systematically examine the proportion of accurate readings attained by automatic digital blood pressure (BP) devices in published validation studies. We included studies of automatic digital BP devices using recognized protocols. We summarized the data as mean and s.d. of differences between measured and observed BP, and proportion of measurements within 5 mm Hg. We included 79 articles (10 783 participants) reporting 113 studies from 22 different countries. Overall… CONTINUE READING

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