Thijs and coauthors1 recently proposed reference values for self-recorded blood pressure (BP). Brody and colleagues2 examined the test-retest reliability of at-home self-measured BP with an automatic device (AUD). These authors concluded that the at-home AUD measurements may be reliable when multiple readings are taken by trained patients and that the use of AUDs may be adequate for clinical and research purposes.
Naschitz JE, Loewenstein L, Zuckerman E, Yeshurun D. Reliability of Self-Measured Blood Pressure for Research Purposes. Arch Intern Med. 1999;159(19):2365–2366. doi:https://doi.org/
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