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Blood pressure monitor

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by marinameggy, Jun 24, 2009.

  1. marinameggy

    marinameggy Welcome New Poster


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    My husband suffers from high blood pressure, but refuses to see a doctor. I've purchased a home blood pressure monitor
    that tracks results for up to three weeks. While I think the home monitor is a great guide, I'm not sure I trust its accuracy. Does anyone know if home blook pressure monitoring kits are considered accurate, and are there any operation tips you can suggest to improve accuracy? Thanks!
     
  2. Brett1501

    Brett1501 Member

    I have used an omron blood pressure monitor and it seems to be consistent with measurements from the doctors manual method.
     
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