Research on Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor Inaccuracy

We did extensive research on blood pressure measurement and reviewed more than 100 research papers. We picked up some representive papers to share with you.

Blood Pressure Randomized Methodology Study Comparing Automatic Oscillometric and Mercury phygmomanometer Devices: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2009–2010, Yechiam Ostchega, Guangyu Zhang, Paul Sorlie, Jeffery P. Hughes, Debra S. Reed-Gillette, Tatiana Nwankwo, Sarah Yoon, Number 59, National Health Statistics ,Report, October 5, 2012

Unreliable oscillometric blood pressure measurement: prevalence, repeatability and characteristics of the phenomenon, Stergiou GS1, Lourida P, Tzamouranis D, Baibas NM, J Hum Hypertens. 2009 Dec;23(12):794-800

Determining which automatic digital blood pressure device performs adequately: a systematic review, Y Wan, C Heneghan, R Stevens, RJ McManus, A Ward, R Perera, M Thompson, L Tarassenko and D Mant, Journal of Human Hypertension (2010) 24, 431–438

Comparison of Automated Oscillometric Versus Auscultatory Blood Pressure Measurement, Johanna Landgraf, Stanley H. Wishner, and Robert A. Kloner, Am J Cardiol. 2010 Aug 1;106(3):386-8

Accuracy of Automated Blood Pressure Monitors, Debralee Nelson, Beverly Kennedy, Carissa Regnerus and Amy Schweinle, Journal of Dental Hygiene, Vol. 82, No. 4, July 2008

A systematic review of variability and reliability of manual and automated blood pressure Reading, Skirton H, Chamberlain W, Lawson C, Ryan H, Young E, J Clin Nurs. 2011 Mar;20(5-6):602-14

Disagreement of the two oscillometric blood pressure measurement devices, Datascope Accutorr Plus and Omron HEM-705CP II, and bidirectional conversion of blood pressure values, Adler, Carolin; Ellert, Ute; Neuhauser, Hannelore K, Blood Pressure Monitoring: April 2014 – Volume 19 – Issue 2 – p 109–117