manometer

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a pressure gauge for comparing pressures of a gas

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This study demonstrated that the automated digital modalities record lower readings than the aneroid manometer, whether arm or wrist type.
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.
9,13) Best practice recommendations include initial cuff inflation using MLT followed by direct CPM using an aneroid manometer.
In my experience at Mayo, aneroid manometers that are repeatedly used need to be calibrated against a nonmercury standard such as Digimano at least twice per year in areas of intense use.
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.