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Synonyms for aneroid

a barometer that measures pressure without using fluids

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The global blood pressure monitoring testing market segmentation is based on product types (sphygmomanometer, mercury sphygmomanometer, aneroid sphygmomanometer, digital sphygmomanometer, automated blood pressure monitors, ambulatory blood pressure monitors, blood pressure transducers, reusable transducers, disposable transducers, blood pressure instrument accessories, blood pressure cuffs, reusable blood pressure cuffs, disposable blood pressure cuffs, bladders, bulbs and valves).
Digital battery-operated monitors show your blood pressure as numbers on a screen (which will suit you better if your hearing is impaired), and are available as fully automatic versions, with a cuff that inflates at the press of a button, and as less expensive semi-automatic versions, with a cuff you inflate manually using a rubber bulb similar to aneroid monitors.
Brachial artery blood pressure was measured two times with 20 min intervals with aneroid sphygmomanometer and stethoscope (Erka Perfect Aneroid, Germany) and mean values were used.
As the stack of aneroid wafers expands and contracts with pressure changes, a calibrated mechanism moves the needles on its face.
The mercury barometer was largely superseded by the invention of the aneroid barometer in 1844 (aneroid means without fluid).
Simple aneroid pressure gauges are not expensive and there is no good reason not to monitor Pcuffs on all intubated patients continuously, in order to maintain them in the 25-30 cm[H.
An aneroid sphygmomanometer with standardised calibrations (Hospital and Home Care; CEO197 certified) was used to measure the BP.
In light of this, many institutions are transitioning to automated digital or aneroid manometers.
Since this is part of the blood pressure (BP) measurement technique when using the Riva Rocci (mercury) device or the aneroid device, most patients are evaluated for rhythm irregularity while checking their BP, and, if pulse isn't palpated, heart rhythm can be evaluated through auscultation of KoroktofP sounds.
The needle was connected via a polyethylene tube to a three-way stopcock, which was also connected to a reservoir (syringe) containing 10mL of physiologic saline solution (Fresenius Kabi, Campinas, SP, Brazil) and to an aneroid manometer (Missouri, Sao Paulo, SP Brazil) that was at the zero position relative to the center of the eye.
The aneroid barometer was a newer addition to a field geologist's kit, being the lightest and most easily read instrument for determining altitude, although its readings varied with humidity and rough usage.
On the other hand, anyone can have a drone that will take off vertically and carry a camera through a multi-waypoint GPS-navigated route, with height controlled by a simple aneroid altimeter.
A: CIRCA 1910, Aneroid Barometer with mercury ther mometer, in oak in ornate carved case at auction pounds 100/pounds 150.
The blood pressure was measured after ten minutes of quiet sitting with a standardized aneroid sphygmomanometer and a stethoscope.