How Does Someone Take Blood Pressure Using the Lower Leg and Lower Arm?
To take blood pressure using the lower leg and lower arm, the tester needs to measure systolic pressure at the ankle, then divide it by systolic pressure at the arm. This is known as the "Ankle Brachial Index," or ABI.
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