“Cuffless Blood Pressure in clinical practice: challenges, opportunities and current limits.”

Benoit Henrya, Maxime Merza, Harry Hoanga, Ghaith Abdulkarimb,c, Jedrek wosikd and Patrick Schoettker.

Taylor & Francis Blood Pressure 33, no.1 (January 2024)

This review explores cuffless blood pressure technologies and their impact on clinical practice, highlighting innovative devices that offer non-invasive, continuous and non-continuous monitoring without a cuff. Signal processing is essential for ensuring accurate readings, as it filters out unwanted artifacts and environmental disturbances which could make the reading inaccurate. While these advancements show great potential for transforming cardiovascular care, there are still several challenges to overcome, including the need for standardized protocols and validation studies to ensure their reliability and safety in clinical settings.