Ambulatory Blood Pressure

Monitoring

Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) is a noninvasive method of obtaining blood pressure readings over twenty-four hours, whilst the patient is in their own environment. This gives a true reflection of their blood pressure. Many studies have now confirmed that blood pressure measured over a 24-hour period is more reliable than a one off measurement at predicting future cardiovascular health problems. Using a cuff, the monitor takes your blood pressure every 30 minutes (less frequently overnight, e.g. 1-hourly.)

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