Home Blood Pressure Monitors Aren’t Accurate Always

Home Blood Pressure Monitors Aren’t Accurate Always

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Some blood pressure monitors used at homes are unacceptably inaccurate and could cause serious implications for people who rely on them to make informed health decisions, a new study suggests. University of Alberta researchers compared 85
11 Jun 2017 - General
I agree with this in Thailand nowadays people are buying more blood pressure monitors at home. It is good in health care. For early self-monitoring and family members early. The results of the survey of Thai people's health by the fourth physical examination in 2016, the Thai people aged 15 years and above have high blood pressure nearly 11 million people, and in the number of people with high blood pressure, 60 percent in men. And 40 percent in women never realized before that this disease....
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