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Twenty-Four-Hour Ambulatory Blood Pressure Measurement Using a Novel Noninvasive, Cuffless Device

Updated: Apr 16

Cuff-based ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) is a common method for diagnosing and treating hypertension, but its use is limited due to technical issues, low compliance, and complexity. However, a cuffless device offers a feasible alternative, providing comparable measurements to those obtained by the current cuff-based ABPM device, with significantly less inconvenience to the patient.

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