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What is Small cuff syndrome?

What is Small cuff syndrome?

  • Small cuff syndrome: Small cuff syndrome refers to wrong blood pressure readings that can result when a blood-pressure cuff that is too small is used to measure blood pressure. Blood pressure readings tend to be higher than the actual blood pressure which can lead to unnecessary or overly aggressive use of medications.

Small cuff syndrome: Introduction

Types of Small cuff syndrome:

Broader types of Small cuff syndrome:

How serious is Small cuff syndrome?

Complications of Small cuff syndrome: see complications of Small cuff syndrome

What causes Small cuff syndrome?

Causes of Small cuff syndrome: see causes of Small cuff syndrome

What are the symptoms of Small cuff syndrome?

Symptoms of Small cuff syndrome: see symptoms of Small cuff syndrome

Complications of Small cuff syndrome: see complications of Small cuff syndrome

Small cuff syndrome: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Small cuff syndrome.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Small cuff syndrome.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Small cuff syndrome: Pediatrician ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Small cuff syndrome.
Treatments for Small cuff syndrome: see treatments for Small cuff syndrome

Name and Aliases of Small cuff syndrome

Main name of condition: Small cuff syndrome

Other names or spellings for Small cuff syndrome:

Nonhypertension syndrome

 

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