Aneroid Sphygmomanometer Two-Handed is used to measure blood pressure, composed of an inflatable cuff to collapse and then release the artery under the cuff in a controlled manner and an aneroid manometer to measure the pressure. The simple, classic design is easy to use and has been relied upon by healthcare professionals for many years. It consists of an inflatable cuff, a measuring unit and bulb and valve.
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This manual Two-Handed Sphygmomanometer features a black enamel gauge, rubber tubing and inflation bulb, and nylon cuff. The cuff is standard adult size and can be used for the right or left arm. The sphygmomanometer accurately measures patient blood pressure, providing healthcare personnel with vitally important information about the patient’s condition.
The gauge can be removed from the cuff or hooked on for easy, versatile operation. Because the bulb and gauge are separate, two hands are required for use. This design is familiar to nearly all doctors, nurses, and assistive personnel. The Aneroid Sphygmomanometer is a patient assessment tool that is essential to every doctor’s office, acute care facility, long-term care facility, and many other settings. This sphygmomanometer is an excellent value, providing years of practical usefulness and highly accurate patient assessment.
- NON-LATEX BLOOD PRESSURE CUFF: Designed to fit adult arms between 23-36cm in circumference. Made with durable nylon that secures comfortably with a high-quality Velcro strip.
- HIGH CONTRAST & EASY TO READ DIAL – The high contrast dial on the aluminum alloy manometer allows the user to easily read blood pressure measurements easily and accurately. The dial features a sturdy clip that attaches to clothing or belts when not in use.
- END VALVE – Designed to reduce dust build-up.
- ZIPPERED CARRYING CASE – Easily store and transport when not in use with a secured zippered carrying case.
What We Know About Manual Sphygmomanometers
A sphygmomanometer, or blood pressure monitor, is a device that measures blood pressure. A necessary assessment for medical professionals in preparation for surgery, or as a determination of over-all health, blood pressure should be monitored, particularly if high blood pressure is a risk.
A manual sphygmomanometer is used by a medical professional, such as a doctor, nurse or paramedic who has been trained to acquire the systolic pressure. A stethoscope is necessary in order to use a manual sphygmomanometer. An aneroid sphygmomanometer is commonly used and is mechanical in nature. They do require frequent calibration to ensure accuracy, so they are generally mounted to a wall or on a stand.
A sphygmomanometer is an essential device in determining overall health and discovering indicators of heart trouble. A manual sphygmomanometer is the best option for a trained professional, but there are sphygmomanometers available for a home-user for reliable testing. When reviewing, make sure you are selecting the sphygmomanometer to best suit your needs.