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The oscillometric method is the most commonly used automatic monitoring blood pressure measurement method nowadays. Height-based and Slope-based criteria are the two general means used to determine the systolic and diastolic pressures; however they are disputed for their accuracy. Thus, the auscultatory method continues to be the gold-standard for these measurements. In this paper a newly developed cuff with piezofilm sensors and a pressure sensor to collect signals from the brachial artery isdoi:10.5430/air.v3n2p16 fatcat:2maptqqzxfbodervl3kelbfvta