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Independent Study Reveals dabl System Leads the way in Accurate Cardiovascular Diagnosis
Date:6/17/2010

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Commenting on the study, Mr Bill Rickard, Managing Director of dabl said "it comes as no surprise that computers, in the correct environment, are more efficient than humans at processing large volumes of raw data. This study confirms that dabl is an essential decision support tool for doctors which, will ensure accurate diagnosis, save valuable time and contribute to quality decision making".

"Not having to wade through pages of raw data will give doctors more time to consider lifestyle and other factors that comprise the cardiovascular profile and to recommend appropriate treatments which will help to improve patient care and safety" stated Rickard.

    Notes to Editors:

    About the study

    - The study was conducted NHS Lothian, Western General Hospital, Crewe
      Road, Edinburgh, UK. Experts in hypertension management and ABPM were
      asked to report on common 24-hr blood pressure patterns and their
      responses were then compared with the dabl ABPM system.
    - Incorrect diagnoses were made by the experts in 13 instances.
      White-coat hypertension and white-coat effect, although obvious in many
      instances, were not identified in five ABPMs; the severity of
 
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