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It has been demonstrated that a better estimate of the true blood pressure can be obtained by taking a few readings on several different occasions than by taking a larger number on a single occasion (62). A limitation of home pressures is that they usually represent the level of pressure at the lower end of the waking range, when the patient is relatively relaxed. Thus, they do not necessarily provide a good guide to what happens to the patient’s pressure when undergoing the stresses of daily life, such as those occurring during work.
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A nonparametric procedure associated with a clinically meaningful efficacy measure (2000)(en)(6s) by Chen M.