Blood Pressure App Misses High Levels In 4 Out Of 5 Users, Researchers Find
While the app is no longer for sale, doctors worry that patients who have bought it previously are still relying on the faulty data.
Researchers Find Blood Pressure App 'Highly Inaccurate'
An app that measures your blood pressure through your smartphone is "highly inaccurate," according to a research letter published Wednesday in JAMA Internal Medicine. The app, Instant Blood Pressure, missed high blood pressure levels in nearly four out of five people, the researchers found. (Plevin, 3/2)