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Blood Pressure Cuff Trans

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Blood Pressure Cuff Trans
Part #: TSD120

The TSD120 can measure systolic and diastolic blood pressure by the oscillometric or auscultatory (Korotkoff sounds) technique. The TSD120 includes an adjustable cuff (ships with a standard adult cuff: RX120D), pump bulb, pressure gauge and pressure transducer. The pressure transducer is attached to the cuff and connects to the DA100C general-purpose transducer amplifier. To visually identify Korotkoff sounds during cuff deflation, use the TSD108 physiological sounds microphone.

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Part #: TSD120
Categories: Transducers - Research
Subcategories: Blood Pressure & Accessories - Research

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For indication of relative blood pressure changes without cycling the cuff pressure, inflate the cuff to a pressure between systolic and diastolic.

For alternate cuff sizes ranging from 9.5 to 66 cm, use the RX120 series.

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