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Blood Pressure Monitoring


Title Abbreviation
Blood Press Monit
ISSN
1359-5237
Electronic ISSN
1473-5725
Readership
Cardiologists, Clinical Pharmacologists, Critical Care Physicians, Emergency Physicians, HyperTension Specialists, Internists, Nephrologists, Pharmacists, Pharmacologists, Pulmonologists, Vascular Medicine Specialists
Scope
Blood Pressure Monitoring is devoted to original research in blood pressure measurement and blood pressure variability. It includes device technology, analytical methodology of blood pressure over time and its variability, clinical trials - including, but not limited to, pharmacology - involving blood pressure monitoring, blood pressure reactivity, patient evaluation, and outcomes and effectiveness research. This innovative journal contains papers dealing with all aspects of manual, automated, and ambulatory monitoring. Basic and clinical science papers are considered although the emphasis is on clinical medicine.
Sponsoring Association(s)
European Society of Hypertension (ESH)
Publisher Name
Wolters Kluwer Health - Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - UK
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