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Validations

Microlife Device Validation Table
             
Upper arm Automatic
Device BHS ESH dabl
Prüfsiegel (GER) circumstances Source

WatchBP   pass recommended     1
BP A100 plus
A/A
pass recommended Quality Seal 2007
  2,3
BP A100
A/A
pass recommended      
BP 3BTO-A
A/A
  recommended Quality Seal 2001
  4
  A/B
  recommended   in pregnancy 5
BP 3BTO-A(2)
A/A
  recommended      
  A/B
  recommended   in pregnancy 5
BP 3AC1-1 A/A
pass recommended     6
BP 3AC1-1 PC A/A pass recommended     7
BP 3AG1 A/A
  recommended      
RM 100 A/A
  recommended      
             
Upper arm Semi-Automatic
Device BHS ESH dabl
Prüfsiegel (GER) circumstances Source

BP A80
  pass        
BP A50   pass        
             
Wrist Devices
Device BHS ESH dabl
Prüfsiegel (GER) circumstances Source

BP W100 BHS protocol     Quality Seal 2007    
BP AX1   pass        
BP 3BU1-3 BHS protocol          
BP 3BU1-4 BHS protocol          
             
Sources:
BHS - British Hypertension Society
dableducational Trust


Validation Protocols
 
BHS - British Hypertension Society
             
BHS A/A            
BHS A/A - BHS Protocol Microlife Blood Pressure Monitors are successfully validated according to the protocol of the BHS (British Hypertension Society). Microlife's upper automatic arm devices are validated with the highest possible grade of A/A.
 
   
BHS A/B
 
BHS A/B  
             
             


 
European Society of Hypertension
 
             
ESH Protocol
 
Microlife Blood Pressure Monitors are successfully validated according to the International Protocol of the ESH (European Society of Hypertension).
 
   
   


 
Gütesiegel
Guetesiegel It is the aim of the German Hypertension Society to improve measurement accuracy, by testing and awarding Blood Pressure Monitoring devices that fulfill its own test criteria following the strict protocol of the German Hypertension Society.
 


Publications


1 Stergiou GS, Giovas PP, Charilaos P. Gkinos CP, Patouras JD. Validation of the Microlife WatchBP Home device for self home blood pressure measurement according to the International Protocol Blood Pressure Monitoring 2007;12:185-188
   
2
Stergiou GS, Giovas PP, Neofytou MS, Adamopoulos DN. Validation of the Microlife BP A 100 Plus device for self-home blood pressure measurement according to the International Protocol Blood Press Monit 2006;11:157-160
   
3
Belghazi J, El Feghali RN, Moussalem T, Rejdych M, Asmar RG. Validation of four automatic devices for self-measurement of blood pressure according to the International Protocol of the European Society of Hypertension Vascular Health and Risk Management 2007;3(4):389-400
   
4
Cuckson AC, Reinders A, Shabeeh H, Shennan AH. Validation of the Microlife BP 3BTO-A oscillometric blood pressure monitoring device according to a modified British Hypertension Society protocol Blood Press Monit 2002;7(6):319-324
   
5
Reinders A, Cuckson AC, Lee JTM, Shennan AH. An accurate automated blood pressure device for use in pregnancy and pre-eclampsia: the Microlife 3BTO-A. BJOG : An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology 2005; 112 : 915-920
   
6
Topouchian JA, El Assad MA, Orobinskaia LV, El Feghali RN, Asmar RG. Validation of two devices for self-measurement of brachial blood pressure according to the International Protocol of the European Society of Hypertension: the Seinex SE-9400 and the Microlife BP 3AC1-1 Blood Press Monit 2005;10:325-331
   
7
Thompson AM, Eguchi K, Reznik ME, Shah SS, Pickering TG. Validation of an oscillometric home blood pressure monitor in an end-stage renal disease population and the effect of arterial stiffness on its accuracy Blood Pressure Monitoring 2007;12:227-232