LSHTM Rose Box
The technology used in the LSHTM Rose Box, to measure blood pressure, has been assessed, in a general population, according to a non-standard protocol.
|Medaval||None||When an evaluation is carried out using a non-standard protocol, no inference can be made on accuracy based on a standard protocol.|
Fitzgerald DJ, O'Callaghan WG, O'Malley K, O'Brien ET. Accuracy of the London School of Hygiene and Remler M2000 sphygmomanometers. Clin Sci (Lond). 1981 Dec;61(Suppl 7):399s-401s. PMID: 7318344. Available from: www.clinsci.org.
Ad Hoc protocol - Fail General population (Note: Pre standard protocol)
Caution: Hawksley Random-Zero used as reference device
Ramsay LE, Nicholls MG, Boyle P. The Elag-Koln automatic blood pressure recorder. A clinical appraisal. Br Heart J. 1977 Jul;39(7):795-8. PMID: 884029.
The publication describes the LSHTM Rose Box being used as a validation control device.
Measurements from the LSHTM Rose Box are compared to those from the Remler M2000, though not in a formal validation.
Jenner DA, Beilin LJ, Vandongen R, DeKlerk NH. A comparison of blood pressure measurements obtained with the Dinamap 845XT, the standard mercury sphygmomanometer and the London School of Hygiene device. Clin Exp Hypertens A. 1988;10(4):575-88. PMID: 3390961.
Measurements from the LSHTM Rose Box are compared to those from the Dinamap 845XT and a standard mercury sphygmomanometer, though not in a formal validation.