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  • n. The measurement of blood pressure using a sphygmomanometer


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sphygmomano(meter) +‎ -metry


  • He has studied the principles of sphygmomanometry and devised a recording sphygmomanometer, with which he studied, in man, the influence of pulse pressure on kidney secretion and on orthostatic albuminuria.

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  • Conventional sphygmomanometry: technique of auscultatory blood pressure measurement.

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  • The co-primary endpoints of the trial are the changes from baseline to week 14 in trough sitting SBP and trough sitting DBP, as measured by sphygmomanometry.

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  • Conventional sphygmomanometry is fraught with potential sources of error, which may arise in the subject, observer, sphygmomanometer or overall application of the technique.

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  • Part I-sphygmomanometry: Factors common to all techniques.

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  • Direct arterial measurement is the gold standard of sphygmomanometry.

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