As the NHS continues to face workforce challenges, the attention this week has focused on how the recruitment of people from outside of the UK might look after the UK’s departure from the European Union.
Blood pressure measurement - Part 3: lying and standing blood pressure
15 July, 2007
VOL: 103, ISSUE: 20, PAGE NO: 24
Phil Jevon, PGCE, BSc, RN, is resuscitation officer/clinical skills lead, Manor Hospital, Walsall, and honorary clinical lecturer, University of Birmingham Medical School
John Holmes, MA, Cert Ed, DPNS, RMN, RN, is senior lecturer, pre-registration adult nursing, University of Wolverhampton
In healthy patients there is normally little difference between lying and standing blood pressure.
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