Can it be trusted in a clinical setting?
Or is the conventional mercury based sphygmomanometer more reliable?
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    Tuesday, December 29 2015 - #permalink
    A manual apparatus is always better, i have tested a digital one against a manual one. They give different readings sometimes.
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    Tuesday, December 29 2015 - #permalink
    No any day manual bp apparatus is more reliable. From experience after working in a PHC where nurses thought they were using automatic at ease but we found the manual>>>electronic.. Plus you definitely won't miss the auscultatory gap!
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