One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Heart rate, oxygen saturation, and blood pressure were recorded by electrocardiography, pulse oximetry, and sphygmomanometry, respectively.’
- ‘Although it will be some years before any move is made to replace the millimetre of mercury, we must prepare for changes in clinical sphygmomanometry.’
- ‘A total of 19 attending physicians were assessed for ability in measuring PP by sphygmomanometry and by palpation.’
- ‘Office-based measurement of blood pressure using aneroid or mercury sphygmomanometry is central to such visits.’
- ‘Conventional sphygmomanometry is recommended for general use, but systolic pressure is preferred to diastolic pressure because of greater accuracy and reproducibility.’
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