sphygmomanometer

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a pressure gauge for measuring blood pressure

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That way, its findings can be compared with those your doctor takes with a blood pressure cuff.
Does blood pressure cuff size make a difference in blood pressure reading?
Wrist blood pressure cuffs were introduced around 1992.
"I would be very surprised to see Apple release its own free-standing blood pressure cuff," Sullivan said.
The blood pressure cuff should be placed on bare skin, not over a shirt.
Smaller differences in readings between your two arms may reflect variations in the way you measure your blood pressure in each arm or the way the blood pressure cuff fits.
At the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., 300 women deemed to have low-risk pregnancies were randomized to either 12 planned office visits with a physician or midwife, or to the clinic's "OB Nest" model of care consisting of 8 planned clinic visits with a physician or midwife, 6 virtual visits with a nurse (by phone or email), home monitoring with an automatic blood pressure cuff and a hand-held fetal Doppler monitor, and access to an online prenatal care community.
At the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., 300 women deemed to have low-risk pregnancies were randomized to either 12 planned office visits with a physician or midwife, or to the climc's "OB Nest" model of care consisting of 8 planned clinic visits with a physician or midwife, 6 virtual visits with a nurse (by phone or email), home monitoring with an automatic blood pressure cuff and a hand-held fetal Doppler monitor, and access to an online prenatal care community.
The i2DTX platform includes a CardioSleeve and connected devices including an otoscope, pulse ox, IR thermometer and blood pressure cuff. Optional additions include a weight scale, spirometer, ultrasound, and blood glucose monitor.
In the pilot, MacGyver used chocolate bars to stop a sulfuric acid leak; in another episode, he fashioned a lie detector out of an alarm clock, stethoscope and a blood pressure cuff (MacGyver famously eschewed guns).
Focus on him rather than multitasking, looking down or looking away as your voice gets redirected from him to the floor, the chart, or blood pressure cuff you are using.
In March, the company launched the BioArmour Blood Pressure Cuff Shield to mitigate the spread of infectious pathogens from blood pressure cuffs.
Compatible Walgreens devices include a wrist-worn blood pressure cuff, a traditional blood pressure cuff and a blood glucose meter.
iPhone users were asked to sit in a cubicle at a media lab and were told that the experiment was being conducted to test the reliability of a new wireless blood pressure cuff. They completed the first puzzle with their iPhones within reach and the second with their iPhones out of reach.
A thimble-like sensor is placed on a patient finger on each hand and a blood pressure cuff temporarily stops blood flow to the arm to measure the arterial reaction and expansion once blood flow resumes.