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Ten top tips - hypertension

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Just how many practices still have access to a mercury or anaeroid sphygmomanometer to measure BP accurately in AF? I Totaly agree, even in A/E departments some of the Digital Equipment are not acurate, because of low battery life from overuse and not being put on regular charge.

Posted date

12 Sep 2014

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12:22pm

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