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The tendency when recording measurements on a scale such as the height of the mercury column in a sphygmomanometer to “round off” the reading to the nearest multiple of 10, for example, so an actual reading of blood pressure of 136/72 is recorded as 140/70.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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