Adolescent health

March 2011

Research Viewpoint

Blood pressure devices

Research supports their use in general practice

Volume 40, No.3, March 2011 Pages 131-131

Mark Nelson

Should you be using that new blood pressure device on your desk – or is it still in its box? Feedback from focus group sessions suggested that general practitioners were suspicious of the oscillometric blood pressure devices distributed by the High Blood Pressure Research Council of Australia (HBPRCA) as they give ‘high’ and ‘unstable’ readings.1

Download the PDF for the full article.

Correspondence afp@racgp.org.au

Yes     No

Declaration of competing interests *

Yes No

Additional Author (remove)

Yes No

    

 

 

 

 

Competing Interests: 

Your comment is being submitted, please wait

Download citation in RIS format (EndNote, Zotero, RefMan, RefWorks)

Download citation in BIBTEX format (RefMan)

Download citation in REFER format (EndNote, Zotero, RefMan, RefWorks)

For more information see Wikipedia: Comparison of reference management software