An easy to use aneroid sphyg.
- Palm style manometer with integrated bulb
- Bayonet connector for easy cuff changes
- Not made with natural rubber latex
Palm aneroid sphygmomanometers are favored by those who need to rapidly take blood pressure, and may need to quickly change cuffs. The Diagnostix 703 is a great example of this type of sphygmomanometer. The manometer is a precision crafted movement, contained in a zinc cage. The cage is further protected by the durable polymer housing. An inflation bulb, and deflation valve are also contained in the housing. Deflation is easily accomplished with a single finger using the ambidextrous trigger. The included cuff attaches to the unit with a single tube using a bayonet mount for fast and accurate changes. The ADC cuff is made of high quality nylon with an internal bladder.
703 Series: Versatile palm style aneroid sphygmomanometer, that combines precision crafted performance with rugged durability. Integrated bulb, gauge and release for ambidextrous one-hand convenience.
700 Series: Traditional style that incorporates a luminescent dial, for ease of viewing, filter screen to reduce dust build-up, and micro threaded relief valve for deflation control.
760 Series: Highly dependable, the enameled manometer, nylon cuff and carrying case make this the model of choice for demanding institutions.