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michael contopoulos ltd

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Location: Cyprus
Business Type: Supplier
We are general trade importers of goods from all over the world, except food and medicines. Our business was started by our father back in 1965 and then reorganised by his sons in 1996. We cover the greek part of our beautiful island Cyprus and we ...
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P-MediCyp Ltd

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Location: Paphos, Cyprus
Business Type: Supplier
P-MediCyp Ltd is a market-driven , medical technology based company, with the mission to launch, market and distribute unique and innovative Health Care, HomeCare, Wellness and wide variety of better life products in Cyprus, Europe Our wide array ...
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Blood Pressure Monitor Description:

In the MedWOW’s catalog, Blood Pressure Monitor is described as follows:
Automatic electronic non-invasive blood-pressure meters and monitors, also other non-invasive parameters.
The above ads list companies that sell and / or service Blood Pressure Monitor.

Blood Pressure Monitor may also be referred to as:

Automatic Blood Pressure Meter | Blood Pressure Monitor | Non-Invasive Blood Pressure | Non-Invasive Blood Pressure Meter/Monitor and Additional Parameters

Tips for buying Blood Pressure Monitor

  • Often, blood pressure monitor suppliers will offer adjunctive equipment, such as monitor stands or pressure cuffs of various sizes.
  • Additional monitoring capabilities, such as oxygen saturation and temperature, are offered by some expensive models.
  • Rechargeable batteries are recommended, since they reduce replacing and disposing costs.
  • These blood pressure monitors can be line-powered or battery-powered. Battery-powered non-invasive blood pressure monitors accept any commonly available battery.
  • One or more of the following cuff sizes should be available on non-invasive blood pressure monitors: neonatal, pediatric, adult, large adult, and thigh.
  • Silencing the alarm's volume should be impossible, and so should be setting its limits outside the specified measurement range of the unit.
  • When the sphygmomanometer is unable to take an accurate measurement, it should alert the operator visually or audibly, and provide the reason for the error.
  • Systolic and diastolic pressures and pulse rate should be displayed by the blood pressure monitor system. Other optional parameters may be available, such as MAP and other physiologic parameters. These will be selected in accordance with clinician and patient demographic requirements.
  • When the cuff pressure reaches 300 mm Hg for an adult and 150 mm Hg for a neonate, the sphygmomanometer must automatically deflate.
  • The non-invasive blood pressure monitor will allow choosing from at least 5 values over a range of 1-60 minutes, when selecting the timing between automatic blood pressure meter measurement cycles.
  • The automatic blood pressure meter system should be able to measure systolic pressures as high as 250 mm Hg. Cuff inflation must be less than 80 mm Hg/sec in order to reduce patient reactions. Cuff deflation should be 2-3 mm Hg/sec, depending on pulse rate.
  • Typical ranges for individual patient requirements are 150-260 mm Hg for an adult and for a neonate - 85-140 mm Hg.
  • The inflation pressure should be adjustable or automatically set based on a previous or current pressure reading.
  • The measurements are taken using either the oscillometric or auscultatory method.
  • The complexity of the blood pressure monitor depends on where it will be used and the types of blood pressure monitors presently used in that location.