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    Do I have to stay in hospital?

    I have to get a blood pressure device for 24 hours, do I have to stay in hospital or can I do it at home?
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    Peter Grey

    Exercise Physiologist

    I have an interest in holistic patient care. With many chronic disorders, there are often many lifestyle factors that can be shaped or adjusted to … View Profile

    Without knowing any specific details it is a bit hard to tell. Your doctor may have requested 24 hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring to get a better understanding of your blood pressure. This can be helpful to diagnose high (or low) blood pressure, especially if you tent to have white coat syndrome. 
    - If it is a ambulatory BP monitor request, you can complete it at home. 

    If you would likefurther information search ABPM or ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, but just be careful on the quality of the website!

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