The technology used in the Omron RX, to measure blood pressure, has passed in a clinical validation study, in a general population, according to a recognised standard protocol, as published in a peer-reviewed publication.
|Medaval||Legacy approval||Older clinical validation; older protocol|
|Stride BP||Self-measurement||Published evidence|
Altunkan S, Yildiz S, Azer S. Wrist blood pressure-measuring devices: a comparative study of accuracy with a standard auscultatory method using a mercury manometer. Blood Press Monit. 2002 Oct;7(5):281-4. PMID: 12409888.
BHS:1993 - Fail (C/A) General population
SP10:1992 - Fail General population
Cuckson AC, Moran P, Seed P, Reinders A, Shennan AH. Clinical evaluation of an automated oscillometric blood pressure wrist device. Blood Press Monit. 2004 Feb;9(1):31-7. PMID: 15021076.
BHS:1993 - Pass (B/B) General population
SP10:1992 - Fail General population (Note: Failed SBP and DBP on SD)
The Omron RX values are also compared to those of the Omron HEM-705CP.