Microlife CRADLE Vital Sign Alert Tutorial – for trained health care providers


Microlife CRADLE Vital Sign Alert Tutorial – for health care providers with non traditional training


How-To Guide With Dr. Hannah Nathan


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Peer Reviewed Publications  

Nathan H.L., El Ayadi A.M., Hezelgrave N.L., Seed P., Butrick E., Miller S., et al. Shock index: an effective predictor of outcome in postpartum haemorrhage? : BJOG 2015; 122(2): 268-75.

Nathan H., de Greeff A., Hezelgrave N., Chappell L., Shennan A. An Accurate Semi-Automated Oscillometric Blood Pressure (BP) Device for Use in Pregnancy in a Low- and Middle-Income Country Population: the Microlife 3AS1-2. Blood pressure monitoring. 2014; 20(1): 52-5.

Nathan H., De Greef A., Hezelgrave N., Chappell L., Shennan A. Accuracy Validation of the Microlife 3AS1-2 Blood Pressure Device in an African Pregnant Population with Low Blood Pressure. In Press. Blood Pressure Monitoring. 2015.

de Greeff A., Nathan H., Stafford N., Liu B., Shennan A.H. Development of an accurate oscillometric blood pressure device for low resource settings. Blood pressure monitoring. 2008; 13(6): 342-8.



The CRADLE VSA device has been recognised in PATH’s Reimagining Global Health report. This initiative highlights 30 lifesaving innovations with great promise to accelerate progress towards achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Read this report here: