The accuracy of your home blood pressure monitor and of your doctor’s blood pressure monitor is critical to the excellent management of high blood pressure.
Here is the link to a great chart rating the accuracy of blood pressure monitors from dableducational.org:
The following tables are lists of currently available Mercury, Aneroid and NonMercuryManual Sphygmomanometers, Automated Devices for Clinical Use and Finger Devices for Clinial Measurement. Discontinued devices are shown on a separate table. A complete list of all devices is available on our Device Index.
For information on how determine if your blood pressure monitor remains accurate, please see my post, Determining The Accuracy of Home And Office Blood Pressure Monitors [in progress].