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    • Accuracy of blood pressure monitors used for BP checks in retail pharmacies 

      Hodgkinson, James; Koshiaris, Consantinos; Martin, Una; Mant, Jonathan; Heneghan, Carl; Hobbs, Richard; McManus, Richard J. (The British Journal of General Practice, 2016)
      BACKGROUND: Free blood pressure (BP) checks offered by community pharmacies offer a potentially useful opportunity to diagnose and/or manage hypertension, but the accuracy of the sphygmomanometers in use is currently ...
    • Patient preferences for different methods of blood pressure measurement: is ethnicity relevant? 

      Wood, S.; Greenfield, S.; Haque, M. Sayeed; Martin, Una; Gill, Paramjit; Mant, Jonathan; Mohammed, Mohammed A. et al. (Royal College of General Practitioners, 2016)
      $\textit{Background:}$ Ambulatory and/or home monitoring are recommended in the UK and North America for the diagnosis of hypertension but little is known about acceptability. $\textit{Aim:}$ To determine the acceptability ...
    • Stroke Prevention Rehabilitation Intervention Trial of Exercise (SPRITE) - a randomised feasibility study 

      Heron, Neil; Kee, Frank; Mant, Jonathan; Reilly, Philip M; Cupples, Margaret; Tully, Mark; Donnelly, Michael (2017-12-12)
      Abstract Background The value of cardiac rehabilitation (CR) after a transient ischaemic attack (TIA) or minor stroke is untested despite these conditions sharing similar ...