sphygmomanometer

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a pressure gauge for measuring blood pressure

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In developed countries, screening for hypertension is strongly recommended in adults aged 21 years and older using standard office sphygmomanometry.
Brachial SBP and DBP were determined on the right arm by manual auscultation and aneroid sphygmomanometry every 2 minutes during rest (minutes 1, 3, and 5) and exercise, just prior to peak exercise, and during recovery, i.
A difficulty in turning the foot upwards (21) Hypertension Systolic blood pressure Sphygmomanometry [greater than or equal to] 140 mmHg or diastolic blood pressure [greater than or equal to] 90 mmHg (19) External Varicosities of the veins Clinical examination: haemorrhoids that occur outside the Women were placed in a anal verge (the distal left lateral position to end of the anal canal), inspect anus and sometimes extruded as perineum.
Traditional office sphygmomanometry for blood pressure measurement provides only a snapshot, and may not accurately reflect a patient's blood pressure in the real world and in real time.
After adjustment for age, sex, race, mean arterial pressure by mercury sphygmomanometry, and lipids, patients with type 1 diabetes had a significantly thicker internal cIMT, compared with controls (mean, 0.
Measurements included heart rate using a BCI 3301 pulse oximeter, systolic and diastolic blood pressure using standard sphygmomanometry, surface electromyography from the anterior deltoids and wrist/finger flexors of the dominant upper extremity, and galvanic skin response from the dominant hand.
These parameters were electrocardiography, automated sphygmomanometry, and pulse oximetry, from which the vital signs of heart rate (HR), respiratory rate (RR), blood pressure (BP), and peripheral arterial O2 saturation (SpO2) were derived.
Predetermined algorithms, usually based on mercury sphygmomanometry, are used to determine BP measurements from the oscillometric signal (Cuckson et al.