You need to accurately and quickly diagnose patients suffering from hypertension. Trust our digital automated sphygmomanometers (blood pressure monitors) from reliable brands to get the job done. Our inventory includes blood pressure monitors, systems, and cuffs from known brands such as Welch Allyn and Midmark. Explore our selection below and contact us with any questions. Our equipment specialists are here to assist in any medical equipment queries.
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The Welch Allyn ABPM 7100 is an easy-to-use 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitor that is designed to help avoid the effects of white coat hypertension, provide accurate sleep blood pressure readings, and tailor drug therapy regimes to your individual patient’s needs.
Engineered for precision and clinical effectiveness, it is mobile, easy to use, time-saving, and versatile. Developed specially for professional use in a clinical setting, including physician's office, hospitals, or other point-of-care environments.
Wall Aneroid also includes:
Mobile Aneroid also features:
This revolutionary palm-style manometer has an integral latex-free bulb and trigger-style air release valve for one-hand convenience.
This revolutionary manometer has an integral latex-free bulb and trigger-style air release valve for one-hand convenience.
Accuracy and reliability at an affordable price.
Maintain accurate blood pressure readings with lower lifetime cost with gear-free DuraShock™ technology. Part of our Platinum Series, this premium gauge provides unsurpassed reliability in a traditional handheld design. Gauge with Family Practice Kit (Includes: Large Adult, Adult, Small Adult, and Child Cuffs)
Maintain accurate blood pressure readings with lower lifetime cost with gear-free DuraShock™ technology. Part of our Platinum Series, this premium gauge provides unsurpassed reliability in a traditional handheld design. Gauge with Adult Durable Two-Piece Cuff and Nylon Zipper Case.
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Blood pressure is the pressure of the blood flowing through the blood vessels in the body. It's an important indicator of overall cardiovascular health and can give medical professionals valuable information about their patients' health status.
Blood pressure is typically measured using a sphygmomanometer, which consists of an inflatable cuff that is wrapped around the upper arm and a pressure gauge that measures the pressure of the blood flowing through the artery in the arm.
The monitor is able to determine two readings:
Systolic blood pressure
Diastolic blood pressure
When a medical professional uses a sphygmomanometer to measure a patient's blood pressure, they will first inflate the cuff to a pressure that is higher than the patient's blood pressure. The medical professional will then slowly release the pressure while listening for the sounds of blood flow through the artery in the arm using a stethoscope or the monitor itself.
Both systolic and diastolic blood pressure readings are important and should be considered when assessing a patient's blood pressure.
In general, a high systolic blood pressure reading (above 130 mmHg) is a stronger predictor of cardiovascular disease and other health issues than a high diastolic blood pressure reading. However, both readings are important to consider and evaluate in the context of the patient's overall health.
It's also important to note that blood pressure readings can vary throughout the day and can be affected by factors such as stress, physical activity, and medication. For this reason, it's recommended to take multiple readings over time to get a more accurate assessment of a patient's blood pressure.
Automatic Blood Pressure Monitors
Advantages of Automatic Blood Pressure Monitors
Manual Blood Pressure Monitors
Both automatic and manual sphygmomanometers have their advantages and disadvantages. The choice between them depends on a variety of factors, including the needs of the healthcare professional, the setting in which they will be used, and the patient population being served.
Type of patients you serve:
Level of training and skill of your staff:
Size and Portability:
By considering these factors, you can choose the best blood pressure monitor for your medical facility that will meet the needs of your patients, staff, and budget.