manometer

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a pressure gauge for comparing pressures of a gas

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9,13) Best practice recommendations include initial cuff inflation using MLT followed by direct CPM using an aneroid manometer.
In multiple studies from the 1970s to 1990s, the accuracy of aneroid manometers in measuring blood pressure has repeatedly been shown to vary by about 35%.
In my experience at Mayo, aneroid manometers that are repeatedly used need to be calibrated at least twice a year with a Digimano nonmercury standard.
The BpTRU(TM) helps eliminate the error and observer bias associated with mercury and aneroid manometers.