Harvard Heart Letter

Don’t trust this smartphone app to measure your blood pressure

A popular smartphone app that estimates your blood pressure doesn’t provide reliable readings. In fact, more than three-quarters of people with high blood pressure who use the Instant Blood Pressure app will be falsely reassured that their blood pressure is normal, according to a small study that compared the app results to readings taken with a traditional blood pressure cuff. …

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