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231 – NIBP100B-R Calibration


The NIBP100B-R is a noninvasive blood pressure monitor that uses a pressure sensor placed on the wrist over the radial artery. This device uses a “sweep technique” which applies a varying force on the radial artery. The counter-pressure in the artery produces a signal which is digitized and used to calculate blood pressure parameters.

With just a few easy calibration steps, the NIBP100B-R and the MP System  (MP150 or MP100) work together to provide automated noninvasive blood pressure measurements.

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