The tender is divided into 7 lots:Lot 1: Blood pressure device, digital, table modelLot 2: Blood Pressure Device, manual, table modelLot 3: Blood pressure cuff
, reusableLot 4: Blood pressure cuff
, enpatientsLot 5: Cuff for blood emptinessLot 6: Digital thermometer, not oral / axilla / rectal and probeLot 7: Digital thermometer, oral / axilla / rectal.
In March, the company launched the BioArmour Blood Pressure Cuff
Shield to mitigate the spread of infectious pathogens from blood pressure cuffs
The study involved 11 nonobese, healthy men between the ages of 2035 who participated in two randomised trials and in one trial they sat for three hours without moving their legs where researchers used a blood pressure cuff
and ultrasound technology to measure the functionality of the femoral artery at baseline and again at the one, two and threehour mark.
23 in the Lancet, the study found that so-called "ambulatory blood pressure measurement," which consists of wearing a blood pressure cuff
attached to an automatic blood pressure machine for a 24-hour period, was the most cost-effective strategy for diagnosing hypertension among men and women of all ages.
With the increased adoption of automated blood pressure measurement as the standard of care in hospitals and doctors' offices, it is important to understand that the blood pressure cuff
is the sensor and acts as the first point of contact for acquiring accurate information for each measurement," explained Stephanie Monk, senior product manager.
Keep a large/extra-large blood pressure cuff
in the resident's drawer to ensure an accurate and consistent reading.
Researchers then measured each rower's pain threshold by putting an inflated blood pressure cuff
on the arm and getting the rower to say "now" when he felt discomfort.
I use an extra-large blood pressure cuff
to take their readings but it often extends past the brachiocubital area of the arm and it's sometimes difficult to get the head of the stethoscope under the cuff and in a good position.
In response to the letter from David Sherman in which he describes the difficulty of measuring blood pressure in patients whose upper arms are too large for conventional blood pressure cuffs
("Manufacturers Can Solve Our Blood Pressure Cuff
Problem," November 2006: 540), I would like to comment.
The NIBP cuff hose that connects the Datex-Ohmeda NIBP module to the blood pressure cuff
has a plastic connector with two distinct black 'O' rings (Figure 1).
The measurement to determine central venous pressure (CVP) -- a reading that gives doctors important information about the volume of blood circulation and how well the heart is pumping -- now can be done using a simple blood pressure cuff
and special electrodes connected to a computer.
Book had placed a blood pressure cuff
on his left arm, which was contraindicated due to the presence of a pre-existing peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) line in his left arm.