Validating auto blood pressure monitors
One of the most important considerations when home monitoring is recommended is the patient having access to accurate devices with validations performed under strict protocols. At A&D, because we are confident in the accuracy of our devices and the ability to be able to fulfill the strict requirements of healthcare professionals, all our blood pressure monitors are rigorously tested and validated independently to meet clinical standards. Validation of the A&D TM-2430 Upper-Arm Blood Pressure Monitor for Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring in Children and Adolescents, According to the British Hypertension Society Protocol. The most common validation protocols you'll often see are the British and Irish Hypertension Society (BIHS, formerly British Hypertension Society), the European Society of Hypertension International Protocol (ESH-IP), and the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI). Validation of the A&D BP UB-543 Wrist Device for Home Blood Pressure Measurement According to the European Society of Hypertension International Protocol Revision 2010.
The automatic BP measurements were significantly correlated (PThe two automatic BP monitors validated measure sufficiently accurate on a group level, with the Andersson Lifesense BDR 2.0 more often falling within the ranges for what is acceptable in clinical practice compared with the Beurer BM 85.doi:10.2196/12772In recent years, there has been a rapid development in information and communication technology including the availability of digital devices for self-measurements and health promoting apps.
The aim of this study was to validate two commercially available automatic BP monitors with the ability to transfer BP data via Bluetooth (Beurer BM 85 and Andersson Lifesense BDR 2.0), against manual BP monitoring in patients with type 2 diabetes.
A total of 181 participants with type 2 diabetes were recruited from 6 primary care centers in Stockholm, Sweden.
Grover-Páez, Fernando; Cardona-Muñoz, Ernesto G.; Cardona-Müller, David; Guzmán-Saldívar, Víctor H.; Rodríguez-De la Cerda, Mariana; Jiménez Cázarez, Mayra B.; Totsuka-Sutto, Sylvia E.; Alanis-Sánchez, Guillermo A.; Ramos-Becerra, Carlos G.
Arterial Stiffness Laboratory, Department of Physiology, University of Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Mexico Correspondence to Carlos G.
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