Why is there big gap when measuring the blood pressure of the new diseased animal by Monitor

Posted by Yi Yin on

Many monitors have a memory storage function. If the monitor was used to measure a hypertensive animal last time and it was not cleared to zero after use, the next time when measuring another animal with normal blood pressure by the same monitor. The blood pressure is likely to be high for the first measurement due to the automatic calibration function. It will be close to the animal's actual stae at the second time.

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