Mobil-O-Graph® NG ABPM Classic – Basic Set

1,399.00

Fully Integrated – I3 Integration with your Patients Administration System

to include Socrates, Helix HealthOne, HPM and CompleteGP.

Fully integrated system.

Mobil-O-Graph 24 Hour Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor is small and lightweight, for ease of use and improved patient comfort.

The Mobil-O-Graph is an unobtrusive system with almost silent cuff inflation. It is highly accurate and it has been awarded highest possible A/A grade from the British Hypertension Society (BHS).

This blood pressure monitor has multiple report formats, including average values and a blood pressure profile. For more information please see the detailed description below.

Description

The IEM Mobil-O-Graph with analysis software is a highly intuitive 24 hour Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor (ABPM).

Among 24hr ABPM devices, the Mobil-O-Graph® NG is clearly one of the classics worldwide and has become one of the most popular long-term blood pressure monitors for the medical practice or clinic. Its particularly gentle measurement method results in very high patient acceptance levels and greater patient compliance. Its quick and easy management within the daily practice routine combined with hypertension management software has made the Mobil-O-Graph® NG one of the most popular long-term blood pressure monitors. The extensive accessories available and its sturdiness due to “Made in Germany” quality make it popular among patients and doctors alike.

As recommended by NICE, recording a patient’s blood pressure during their everyday routine gives a more accurate blood pressure profile free from distortion created by white coat hypertension. This allows a more accurate diagnosis to be made. The Mobil-O-Graph can record ambulatory blood pressure for up to 48 hours.

The product benefits
• Gentler and faster blood pressure monitoring thanks to AF® logic
• 24/48hr monitoring or hospital monitoring in the event of hypertensive crises
• Day/night button ensures accurate assignment of the measurements
• Ease of handling within the practice/clinic and high measurement quality (validated according to BHS (A/A grading) and ESH)
• Interface with all standard practice management programs, HL7 (hospital information system) and GDT

Fully Integrated – I3 Integration with your Patients Administration System to include Socrates, Helix HealthOne, HPM and CompleteGP.

Fully integrated system.

 

I3 Socrates Integration Explainer Video

Files:

Mobil-O-Graph ABPM_Brochure

Sample Mobilograph Report

Sample 24hr ABPM report

 

Technical Specifications: Mobil O Graph technical specifications

2017 Guideline for the Prevention, Detection, Evaluation, and Management of High Blood Pressure in Adults

Mobil-O-Graph® deployed in ISS space!

Pulse wave analysis is also available for the Mobil-O-Graph, click here for more information

In ambulatory pulse wave monitoring, the peripheral blood pressure, the central hemodynamics, and the arterial stiffness are automatically measured over a period of 24 hours at an interval that can be freely adjusted. This can be used to create a hemodynamic day/night profile.

Further Reading:

2017 Guideline for the prevention, detection, evaluation and management of high blood pressure in adults

Blood pressure is normal, but is the heart?

Ambulatory blood pressure and arterial stiffness in individuals with type 1 diabetes

Files:
Mobil-O-Graph ABPM_Brochure
Sample Mobilograph Report
Sample 24hr ABPM report

Technical Specifications: Mobil O Graph technical specifications

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Pulse Wave Velocity Is Increased in Asthmatic Children and Adolescents Independently of

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Pulse wave velocity and augmentation index are not independently associated with carotid

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Athanase Protogerou, Pantelis Vakianis, Georgios Koutroumpas, Vasileios Raptis, Dimitrios N. Stamatiadis, Christos Syrganis,

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Calibration With Mean Blood Pressure is Essential for Utilization of Brachial Pulse Wave

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Plasma Parathyroid Hormone is Independently Related to 24-Hour Pulse Wave Velocity in

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Aortic is superior to brachial ambulatory blood pressure monitoring for the detection of early

damage at the heart and the carotid artery but not at the retinal microcirculation: The

noninvaSive Aortic ambulatory blood pressure monitoring For the detection of tARget organ

damage (SAFAR) study. Athanase Protogerou, Evaggelia Aissopou, Antonis Argyris, Christos Tountas, Giorgos

Konstantonis, Efthimia Nasothimiou, Theodoros Papaioannou, Apostolos Achimastos, Jacques Blacher, Michel Safar, Petros

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Carotid-femoral and brachial pulse wave velocity in peripheral arterial disease. Martina Frick,

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Feasibility of 24-hour central blood pressure measurements – the isar hemodialysis study.

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A study on ambulatory measurement of central hemodynamics on healthy individuals with no

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Lack of recovery in nocturnal decline of heart rate and blood pressure after heart

transplantation. Paolo Meani, Marisa Varrenti, Luca Giupponi, Luca Bonacchini, Valeria Riva, Alessandro Maloberti, Fabio

Turazza, Maria Frigerio, Gianfranco Parati, Siegfried Wassertheurer, Cristina Giannattasio. Artery Research December 2014

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Gamma Glutamyl Transferase Activity is Associated With Both Paraoxonase Activity and

Aortic Stiffness in Hypertensive Patients. Gözükara MY, Börekçi A, Gür M, Aksoy N, Seker T, Kaypaklı O, Uçar

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Lujambio, L. Luzardo, S. Robaina, N. Krul, A. Da Rosa, F. Carusso, C. Rios, A. Olascoaga, O. Noboa, J. Boggia. Journal of

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Aortic to brachial pulse pressure amplification as functional marker and predictor of renal

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Wave reflection does not differ between patients with normal and with severely impaired

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Comparison of pulse wave velocity, augmentation index and aortic systolic blood pressure

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Sgouropoulou, D. Divanis, V. Raptis, R. Sklavenitis-Pistofidis, R. Tzimou, A. Protogerou, V. Liakopoulos, P. Zebekakis, A.

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Aortic pulse wave velocity predicts mortality in chronic kidney disease stages 2–4. Baumann,

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The Relationship between Central Hemodynamics, Morning Blood pressure Surge, Gylcemic

Control and Sodium Intake in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes and Essential Hypertension. Baris

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Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D is associated with both arterial and ventricular stiffness in healthy

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Acute sleep deprivation is associated with increased arterial stiffness in healthy young adults.

Murat Sunbul, Batur Gonenc Kanar, Erdal Durmus, Tarik Kivrak, Ibrahim Sari. Sleep and Breathing July 2013 (Ref #62)

What time is the right time, and how to measure? S Wassertheurer and B Hametner. J Hum Hypertens. 2013

Jul 11. doi: 10.1038/jhh.2013.65. (Ref #60)

Central blood pressure in the management of hypertension: soon reaching the goal? JE Sharman

and S Laurent. J Hum Hypertens. 2013 Jul;27(7):405-11. doi: 10.1038. (Ref #59)

Cohorte GEFA-HT-UY (Genotipo, Fenotipo y Ambiente de la HiperTensión Arterial en Uruguay).

Leonella Luzardo, Inés Lujambio, Mariana Sottolano, Alicia Da Rosa, Sebastián Robaina, Federico Arce, María Márquez,

Valentina Agorrody, Carlos Américo, Mariela Garau, Nadia Krul, Ana Carina Ríos, Lucía Florio, Alicia Olascoaga, Óscar Noboa,

Jan Albert Staessen, José Boggia. Rev Méd Urug 2013; 29(2):103-113, June 2013 (Ref #58)

Association of genetic factors with endothelial cell stiffness after amiloride challenge. Lenders,

Malte; Schmitz, Boris; Drüppel, Verena; Kasprzak, Bernd; Kusche-Vihrog, Kristina; Oberleithner, Hans; Brand, Stefan-Martin

and Brand, Eva. ESH Abstract, June, 2013 (Ref #57)

Early Treatment with Azilsartan Compared to ACE-Inhibitors in Anti-Hypertensive Therapy –

Rationale and design of the Early Hypertension Registry. S. Potthoff, A.K. Gitt, P. Baumgart, P. Bramlage, F.

Mahfoud, J.Senges, S. Schneider, H. Buhck, R.E. Schmieder. Journal of Hypertension Volume 31, e-Supplement A, June 2013

ESH 2013 Abstract Book, e137 (Ref #56)

Different Methods to Assess pulse wave Velocity-Relationship with End-Organ Damage. T.

Weber, S. Wassertheurer, B. Hametner, B. Eber. Journal of Hypertension Volume 31, e-Supplement A, June 2013 ESH 2013

Abstract Book, e519 (Ref #53)

Evolution of Ambulatory and Central Blood Pressure after Sympathetic Renal Denervation in

Patients with Resistant Arterial Hypertension. C, Cerezo, A.Fontenla, F. Hernandez, F. Arribas, M.Praga, L.

Ruilope, J. Segura. Journal of Hypertension Volume 31, e-Supplement A, June 2013 ESH 2013 Abstract Book, e106 (Ref #52)

Comparison of 4 Methods to assess Pulse Wave Velocity: Invasive, Carotid Femoral, Travel

Distance Estimation from Height, and Estimation from Waveforms. T. Weber, S. Wassertheurer, B.

Hametner, M. Rammer, B. Eber. Journal of Hypertension Volume 31, e-Supplement A, June 2013 ESH 2013 Abstract Book,

e81(Ref #51)

Estimation of Aortic Pulse Wave Velocity in a Healthy Middle-Aged Cohort from Carotid

Waveforms-Comparison with Carotid-Femoral Pulse Wave Velocity. S. Wassertheurer, T. Weber, B.

Hametner, L. van Bortel, M. De Buyzere, E. Rietzschel, P. Segers. Journal of Hypertension Volume 31, e-Supplement A, June

2013 ESH 2013 Abstract Book, e80 (Ref #50)

Association of Twenty Four Hour Aortic Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring with Left

Ventricular Hypertrophy. A. Argysis, G. Kollias, T. Papaioannou, E. Nasothimiou, J. Blacher, M. Safar, A. Achimastos,

Papargyriou, P. Sfikakis, A. Protogerou. Journal of Hypertension Volume 31, e-Supplement A, June 2013 ESH 2013 Abstract

Book, e298 (Ref #49)

Peripheral Brachial Blood Pressure and ARCSolver Measurements Predicting Central Blood

Pressure. A. Iannoni de Moraes, M. Sousa, A. Cordeiro Silva Junior, C. Conzaga, W. Stein, M. Silva, R. Costa, C. Amodeo.

Journal of Hypertension Volume 31, e-Supplement A, June 2013 ESH 2013 Abstract Book, e380 (Ref #48)

Ambulatory 24 Hour Central Blood Pressure Correlates Best with Left Ventricular Mass in

Never Treated Hypertensive Patients. E Rodilla Sala, J. Costa Munoz, L. Perrez Lluna, L.Serrano Lazaro, A.

Vinuesa De Miguel, J. Pascual Izuel. Journal of Hypertension, Vol. 31, e-supplement A, June 2013, e297 (Ref #47)

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The Prospective Comparison of Angiotensin Receptor Neprilysin Inhibitor with Angiotensin

Receptor Blocker Measuring Arterial Stiffness in the Elderly (Parameter) Study Design. B.

Williams, J.R. Cockcroft, K. Kario, D.H. Zappe, P. Cardenas, R.A. Hester, J. Zhang. Journal of Hypertension, Vol. 31, esupplement A, June 2013, e184 (Ref #46)

24-Hour Brachial Pulse Wave Analysis for Stiffness and Central BP Assessment. T. Weber, Austria.

ESH Oral Presentation, no Abstract, June 15, 2013 (Ref #45)

Oscillometric estimation of aortic pulse wave velocity: comparison with intra-aortic catheter

measurements. Bernhard Hametner, Siegfried Wassertheurer, Johannes Kropf, Christopher Mayer, Bernd Eber and

Thomas Weber. Blood Press Monit. 2013 Jun;18(3):173-6. doi: 10.1097. (Ref #44)

Simultaneous Assessment of Arterial Stiffness in Never Treated Hypertensives by Different

Methods. E. Rodilla Sala, J. Costa Munoz, L. Perez, J. Pascual Izuel. Journal of Hypertension Volume 31, e-Supplement A,

June 2013 ESH 2013 Abstract Book, e521 (Ref #54)

Stiff Heart and Stiff Arteries. Could We Soften Both? Vasilios G. Athyros, Konstantinos Tziomalos, Michael A.

Farganis, Paraschos Geleris. The Open Hypertension Journal, 2013, 5, (Suppl 1: M8) 94-101 (Ref #83)

The Emergence of Ambulatory Measurement of Arterial Stiffness and Central Blood Pressure.

A Promising Novelty of Clinical Importance or Just Another Marker? A. Lazaridis, E. Gkaliagkousi, M.

Doumas, A. Reklou, A. Karagiannis. The Open Hypertension Journal, 2013, 5, (Suppl 1: M6) 82-86 (Ref #82)

Arterial Stiffness in Patients with Decreased Renal Mass. Raziye Yazici, Lutfullah Altintepe, Suleyman

Bakdik, Ibrahim Guney, Sevket Arslan, Mustafa Topal and Ali Karagoz. Nephrol. Dial. Transplant. (2013) 28 (suppl 1): i117-i139.

doi: 10.1093 May 2013 (Ref #43)

24h Arterial Stiffness in a Healthy Cohort. J. Koster, K.H. Franzen, N. Hametner, S. Wassertheurer, G. Mike, J.

Stritzke, M. Reppel, K. Mortensen. April 2013, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Kardiologie Kongress Mannheim.. (Ref #42)

Body Weight Telemetry Is Useful to Reduce Interdialytic Weight Gain in Patients with EndStage Renal Failure on Hemodialysis Claas L. Neumann, Fabian Wagner, Jan Menne, Christiane Brockes, Sabine

Schmidt-Weitmann, Eike M. Rieken, Volker Schettler, Gerrit C. Hagenah, Stephan Matzath, Lukas Zimmerli, Hermann Haller,

and Egbert G. Schulz. Telemedicine and e-Health , April 24, 2013 (Ref #41)

Métodos de Determinación de la Rigidez Arterial en Pacientes Hipertensos Recién

Diagnosticados sin Tratamiento Previo. Rodilla E, Costa JA, Perez L, Pascual JM. Spanish Society of

Hypertension; March 2013. (Ref #40)

Niveles De Vitamina D y Rigidez Arterial en Pacientes Hipertensos con Isuficiencia Renal

Chrónic y sus Determinantes. Rodilla E, Segui JM, Costa JA, Perez L, Pascual JM. Spanish Society of Hypertension,

March 2013. (Ref #39)

Percutaneous renal denervation (RDN) improves central hemodynamics and arterial stiffness –

results of 24h ambulatory measurements. K.F. Franzen1, K. Mortensen1, T. Graf1, J. Koester1, J. Weil, M.

Reppel. European Heart Journal ( 2013 ) 34 ( Abstract Supplement ), 105-106 (Ref #65)

Pulse wave velocity 24-hour monitoring with one-site measurements by oscillometry. Igor N

Posokhov. Medical Devices: Evidence and Research, 18th February 2013 (Ref #38)

 

2012

Superior Peripheral and Central Blood Pressure Control after Switching Type 2 Diabetic

Patients with Uncontrolled Hypertension from Ramipril/Hydrochlorothiazide to

Perindopril/Indapamine. T. Mengden, W.Sehnert. European Society of Hypertension, Artery Research, Volume 6, Issue

4 , Page 196, December 2012. (Ref #37)

24-h ambulatory recording of aortic pulse wave velocity and central systolic augmentation: a

feasibility study. Leonella Luzardo, Ines Lujambio, Mariana Sottolano, Alicia da Rosa, Lutgarde Thijs, Oscar Noboa, Jan A

Staessen, José Boggia. Hypertens Res. 2012 Oct;35(10):980-7. (Ref #34)

Presión Arterial Central vs Presión Arterial Periferica Evaluado Durante Monitoreo Ambulatorio

de 24 Hs. Esper RJ, Cacharrón Jl, Machado RA, Vilariño JO. Argentinean cardiology Congress, Buenos Aires, October

(Ref #32)

Comportamento da Velocidade de Onda de Pulso com Medidas de Mapa de 24h na Vigília e no

sono. Marco Antônio Mota Gomes; Annelise Machando Gomes de Paiva; Juliana Vasconcelos Lyra da Silva; Glauber

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Schettino da Silva; José Fernando Vilela Martin, Andréa Araúnjo Brandao. Brazilian Cardiology Society Congress, Recife,

September 2012. (Ref #31)

Wave Reflections, Assessed With a Novel Method for Pulse Wave Separation, Are Associated

With End-Organ Damage and Clinical Outcomes. Thomas Weber, Siegfried Wassertheurer, Martin Rammer,

Anton Haiden, Bernhard Hametner, Bernd Eber. 2012 Aug;60(2):534-41. doi: 10.1161 (Ref #30)

Feasibility and Reproducibility of Noninvasive 24 h Ambulatory Aortic Blood Pressure

Monitoring With a Brachial Cuff-Based Oscillometric Device Athanase D. Protogerou, Antonis Argyris,

Efthymia Nasothimiou, Dimitris Vrachatis, Theodoros G. Papaioannou, Dimitris Tzamouranis, Jacques Blacher, Michel E. Safar,

Petros Sfikakis, George S. Stergiou. American Journal of Hypertension; Aug 2012, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p876 (Ref #29)

Assessment of central haemomodynamics from a brachial cuff in a community setting. David

Nunan, Siegfried Wassertheurer, Daniel Lasserson, Bernhard Hametner, Susannah Fleming, Alison Ward and Carl Heneghan.

BMC Cardiovasc Disord. 2012 Jun 26;12:48. doi: 10.1186 (Ref #28)

Die Pulswellenanalyse im Rahmen der ambulanten Blutdruckmessung korreliert mit der

linksventrikulären Muskelmasse. C. Kos, K. Ablasser, T. Weber, C. Colantonio, G. Steiner, S. Wassertheurer, A.

Schmidt, B. Pieske, R. Zweiker. Abstrakt ÖKG Juni 2012 (Ref #27)

Oscillometric estimation of central blood pressure: validation of the Mobil-O-Graph in

comparison with the SphygmoCor device. Wolfgang Weiss, Christopher Gohlisch, Christl Harsch-Gladisch,

Markus Tölle, Walter Zidek, Markus van der Giet. Blood Pressure Monitoring June, 2012, 17:128-131. (Ref #26)

Relationship Between Central and Peripheral and Ambulatory and Office Blood Pressure with

Left Ventricular Mass in Hypertension Patients. Rodilla E, Costa JA, Tejero S, Pascual JM. Vienna Artery 2012.

(Ref #36)

Wave reflection quantification based on pressure waveforms alone—Methods, comparison,

and clinical covariates Bernhard Hametner, Siegfried Wassertheurer, Johannes Kropf, Christopher Mayer, Andreas

Holzinger, Bernd Eber, Thomas Weber. Computer Methods and Program in Biomedicine, 2012. (Ref #35)

Relationship between 24h ambulatory central blood pressure and left ventricular massrationale

and design of a prospective multicenter study. Thomas Weber, Carmel McEniery, Ian Wilkinson, Giuseppe

Schillaci, Maria Lorenza Muiesan, Robert Zweiker, Cristina Giannattasio, Kai Mortensen, Johannes Baulmann, Arno SchmidtTrucksäss, Siegfried Wassertheurer Artery Research 2012, 1-6 (Ref #33)

Is Nocturnal Systolic Blood Pressure Rise Associated with Central Hemodynamics and Arterial

Stiffness? Gülperi Çelik, Ali Gündoğdu, Rengin Elsürer Afşar, Fatih Şahin. Turk Neph Dial Transpl 2012; 21: 235-241(Ref

#25)

Pressure-Independent Association Between Aortic Characteristic Impedance and left

Ventricular Mass in Hypertension. Schillaci G., Pucci G., Settimi L., Pilati M., Battista F., Wassertheurer S., Pirro M.,

Mannarino E. Journal of Hypertension, Vol 30, -e-supplement A, April 2012, e259. (Ref #24)

Non-Invasive 24 Hour Ambulatory Brachial And Aortic Blood Pressure Monitoring: Association

With Target Organ Damage In A Pilot Study. Kollias G., Argyris A., Nasothimiou E., Papaioannou T., Blacher J.,

Safar M., Achimastos A., Papargyriou J., Papadogiannis D., Sfikakis P., Protogerou A. Journal of Hypertension, Vol. 30, esupplement A, April 2012, e51. (Ref #23)

24 Hour Ambulatory Central Blood Pressure measurement reveals significant variation in Pulse

Pressure Amplification between Day and Night. McEniery C., Smith J., Day L., Cockcroft J., Wilkinson I. Journal

of Hypertension, Vol. 30, e-Supplement A, April 2012, e2-e3. (Ref #22)

Reproducibility of Aortic Haemodynamic parameters assessed by a non-invasive brachial cuffbased 24h ambulatory oscillometric device. Argyris A., Vrachatis D., Nasothimiou E., Papaioannou T.,

Tzamouranis D., Blacher J., Safar M., Sfikakis P., Stergiou G., Protogerou A. Journal of Hypertension, Vol. 30, e-supplement A,

April 2012, e345-e346. (Ref #20)

Non Invasive Pulse Wave Analysis and measurement of Cardiac Output during Hemodialysis

and beyond. Neumann C., Claes V., Schettler V., Hagenah G., Schulz E. Journal of Hypertension, Vol. 30, e-supplement a,

April 2012, e348. (Ref #19)

Williams Syndrome is associated with an increase in Heart Rate and Wave Reflection Values

during the nighttime period. Cesana F., Dozio D., Bombelli M., Maloberti A., Nava S., Villa P., Sormani P., Colombo

G., Soffici F., Giupponi L., Wassertheurer S., Hametner B., Hulpke-Wette M., Schwarz A., Selicorni A., Grassi G., Giannattasio

C., Mancia G. . Journal of Hypertension, Vol. 30, e-supplement A, April 2012, e67-e68. (Ref #18)

Insulin resistance is associated with increased Large Artery Stiffness in normotensive adults.

Ochoa J., Balparda J., Garcia E., Correa M., Valencia A., Alvarez M., Gallo J., McEwen J., Bilo G., Salvi P., Aristizabal D.,

Parati G. Journal of Hypertension, Vol. 30, e-supplement a, April 2012, e70-e71. (Ref #17)

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Relationship between Arterial Stiffness, Cardiac Baroreflex Sensitivity and Blood Pressure

variability in normotensive healthy adults. Ochoa J., Balparda J., Garcia E., Correa M., Valencia A., Alvarez M.,

Gallo J., McEwen J., Bilo G., Salvi P., Aristizabal D., Parati G. Journal of Hypertension, Vol. 30, e-supplement A, April 2012,

e553. (Ref #16)

Central hemodynamic parameters, left ventricular mass index, carotid intima-media thickness

and renal function in hypertensive patients according to blood pressure classification. Peñuela

R., Peñuela T. Journal of Hypertension, Vol.30, 3-supplement A, April 2012, e550. (Ref #15)

Aortic Pulse Wave Velocity, measured invasively or estimated from radial waveforms, predicts

cardiovascular events. Weber T., Haiden A., Hametner B., Wassertheurer S., Eber B. Journal of Hypertension, Vol. 30,

e-supplement A, April, 2012 e69-e70. (Ref #14)

24-hour Ambulatory Brachial Blood Pressure Monitoring: Changes based on the quality of the

brachial cuff waveform. Argyris A., Kollias G., Nasothimiou E., Vrachatis D., Papaioannou T., Blacher J., Safar M.,

Papargyriou J., Papadogiannis D., Sfikakis P., Protogerou A. Journal of Hypertension, Vol. 30, e-supplement A, April, 2012 325

(Ref #13)

Ambulante Blutdruckmessung über 24 Stunden mit nichtinvasiver Ermittlung des zentralen

Aortendrucks. Dr. med. Roland E. Schmieder. Praxis-Depesche 1/ 2012 (Ref #12)

 

2011

Closer to Noninvasive Out-of-Office Aortic Blood Pressure Assessment: A Time to Think and

Act – Athanase D. Protogerou, Harold Smulyan and Michel E. Safar. Hypertension. 2011 Nov;58(5):765-7. doi: 10.1161. (Ref

#11)

Validation of a Brachial Cuff –Based Method for estimating Central Systolic Blood Pressure.

Thomas Weber, Siegfried Wassertheurer, Martin Rammer, Edwin Maurer, Bernhard Hametner, Christopher C. Mayer, Johannes

Kropf, Bernd Eber. Hypertension, 2011 Nov;58(5):825-32 (Ref #10)

Validation of a Brachial Cuff-Based Method for assessing Central Blood Pressure at rest and

during light exercise. Lisa M Day, David M Nicholson-Thomas, Kaisa M Maki-Petaja, Ian B Wilkinson, Carmel M

McEniery. presented at Artery 2011, September 2011 (Ref #9)

 

2010 AND OLDER

 

Messmethoden der Arteriellen Gefäßsteifigkeit J. Baulmann, T. Weber, K. Mortensen J, HYPERTON 2010;

14(Ref #8)

Central blood pressure estimation for the masses moves a step closer IB Wilkinson, CM McEniery, JR

Cockcroft. Journal of Human Hypertension, 24,495-497 (Aug. 2010) (Ref #7)

A new oscillometric method for pulse wave analysis; comparison with a common Tonometric

method. S. Wassertheurer, J. Kopf, T. Weber, M. van der Giet, J. Baulmann, M. Ammer, B Hametner, CC Mayer, B. Eber

and D. Magonmetschnigg. J Hum Hypertens. 2010 Aug;24(8):498-504. doi: 10.1038 (Ref #6)

Evaluation of the Mobil-O-Graph new generation ABPM device using the ESH criteria. Pascal ML.

Franssen, Ben PM. Imholz. Blood Press Monitoring 2010 Aug;15(4):229-31. (Ref #5)

Validation of the Mobil-O-graph: 24 h-blood pressure measurement device. Wolfgang Weiß, Markus

Tölle, Walter Zidek, Markus van der Giet. Blood Press Monitoring 2010 Aug;15(4):225-8. doi: 10.1097/MBP.0b013e328338892f

(Ref #4)

Central blood pressure; getting to the heart of the matter. Schillaci, Giuseppe, Grassi, Guido. Journal of

Hypertension. February 2010, Volume 28, Issue 2-p237-239. (Ref #3)

Modeling arterial and left ventricular coupling for non-invasive measurements. Siegfried

Wassertheurer, Christopher Mayer, Felix Breitenecker. Simulation Modeling Practice and Theory 16, 2008, 988-997. (Ref #2)

Convenience of ambulatory blood pressure monitoring: comparison of different devices. Journal

Blood Pressure Monitoring, Vol. 10, No 5, October 2005 (Ref #1)

 

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