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Accurate blood pressure measurement is critical to properly identify and treat individuals with hypertension. In 2005, the Canadian Hypertension Education Program produced a revised algorithm to be used for the diagnosis of hypertension. Subsequent annual reviews of the literature have identified 2 major deficiencies in the current diagnostic process. First, auscultatory measurements performed in routine clinical settings have serious accuracy limitations that have not Hypertension affects andoi:10.1016/j.cjca.2015.02.014 pmid:25828374 fatcat:hu7xwe5wwfdttpig2uz7nuobei