Is your blood pressure monitor clinically validated by the American Medical Association?

Precise blood pressure measurement plays a pivotal role in diagnosing and managing hypertension. One important aspect of accurate measurement is whether the blood pressure monitor has been validated for clinical accuracy.

To validate blood pressure monitors for clinical accuracy, the American Medical Association (AMA) worked with the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago (NORC) to create an independent process to determine which blood pressure devices meet the AMA’s predetermined criteria for clinical accuracy validation (the “Validated Device Listing (VDL) Criteria“).

By promoting the use of validated blood pressure monitors, the AMA and NORC contribute to the improvement of patient care and the management of hypertension. Patients can have confidence in the accuracy of their home blood pressure measurements, and healthcare professionals can make more informed decisions based on reliable data.

Here is a list of validated blood pressure monitors that we sell at Medsource-SW:

Clinically validated blood pressure monitors are vital tools that contribute to accurate diagnosis, effective treatment, patient safety, and better public health outcomes. They instill confidence in patients and healthcare professionals alike and play a crucial role in maintaining high standards in blood pressure measurement practices.

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