Clinical Trial

Estimating Awake and Sleep Blood Pressure

Study Description

Evaluating Novel Approaches for Estimating Awake and Sleep Blood Pressure

The purpose of the proposed study is to test whether measuring unattended blood pressure using an automated blood pressure monitor in a clinic setting without staff being present can reduce the need for assessing out-of- clinic awake blood pressure using ambulatory monitoring. Also, the investigators will test whether asleep blood pressure can be accurately measured using a novel home blood pressure monitoring device with less burden compared with ambulatory monitoring.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Unattended blood pressure measurement

Participants will have their blood pressure measured three times with an automated blood pressure monitor with a technician not present in the room.

Attended blood pressure measurement

Participants will have their blood pressure measured three times with an automated blood pressure monitor with a technician present in the room.

Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring

Participants will have their blood pressure measured every 30 minutes over 24-hours using an ambulatory blood pressure monitor.

Home blood pressure monitoring

Participants will have their blood pressure measured three times overnight while they are asleep using a home blood pressure monitor.

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Evaluating Novel Approaches for Estimating Awake and Sleep Blood Pressure - Better BP Study

Clinical Trial ID

NCT04307004

ParticipAid ID

dR6Wzd