Do doctor offices offer blood pressure charts upon request?
The consistent monitoring of blood pressure over an extended period not only provides doctors with an accurate picture of a patients blood pressure, it also mitigates against aberrant readings caused by either white-coat hypertension or masked hypertension. White-coat hypertension is when a patients blood pressure readings are higher in a doctors office than in any other setting, according to the Mayo Clinic. Conversely, some patients have normal readings in a doctors office but higher readings at home. This is an example of masked hypertension.
Sources: heart.org, mayoclinic.org