Home ambulatory blood pressure readings do not differ from clinic readings taken at the same time of day.

@article{Verdecchia1988HomeAB,
  title={Home ambulatory blood pressure readings do not differ from clinic readings taken at the same time of day.},
  author={Paolo Verdecchia and C. Gatteschi and Guglielmo Benemio and F. Boldrini and Mario Guerrieri and Carlo Porcellati},
  journal={Journal of human hypertension},
  year={1988},
  volume={2 4},
  pages={235-40}
}
In most hypertensives clinic blood pressure (BP) is variably higher than home BP, but the underlying mechanisms are uncertain. We investigated whether the 24-hour ambulatory home BP profile as well as the office-home BP discrepancy could vary with the time of day of application of the recording system (from 08.00 h to 19.00 h) in 135 untreated hypertensives… CONTINUE READING