News on the project

EMPIR Research potential project for blood pressure measurements

Second stakeholder workshop: September 27th 2022

The workshop will be open to all NMIs, instrument manufacturers, accredited laboratories, standardisation organisations and anyone with an interest in improving the reliability and accuracy of blood pressure measurements. The workshop will present the results achieved by the project and will include a discussion with all the participating stakeholders.When: 27/Sep/2022Format: OnlineIf you’re interested in attending…
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Raising public awareness & use of project’s result

We performed an experimental evaluation of sphygmomanometer accuracy and repeatability using the aOSG. This consisted of testing 11 sphygmomanometers each tested with the same set of 85 real-life oscillometric signals. This gave us a unique opportunity to compare performance of the devices not only in terms of average error and standard deviation, but also by…
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M30 Publishable summary

Our project reached 30th month of its duration. On this occasion, we produced another publishable summary, which can be downloaded from here or Euramet’s website.

IMEKO 2021: 2 papers published

Consortium partners have submitter 2 papers to IMEKO XXIII World congress (IMEKO2021) . These are published in Measurement: Sensors. Physiology-based patient simulator for blood pressure meter testing https://doi.org/10.1016/j.measen.2021.100260 ABSTRACTNowadays, the accuracy of automated oscillometric non-invasive blood pressure meters is evaluated in hospitalsby means of clinical validations, in which the device’s measurements are compared to manually measured…
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