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Blood Pressure Cuff Transducers

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Blood Pressure Cuff Transducers
Part #: SS19LB, SS19L

SS19L Series noninvasive blood pressure cuffs come complete with adjustable cuff (circumference range 25.4 to 40.6 cm), pump bulb, and pressure sensor, and pressure gauge; SS19LB has on-screen gauge only, SS19L has mechanical gauge (manometer) only. The pressure sensor is contained in the connector housing (DB9) and connects to the cuff via a 3 meter air hose (Luer-Lok fittings). Only a single calibration point (at 0 mmHg) is required.

The cuff transducer assembly can be ordered as

SS19LB for on-screen gauge display only—does not include mechanical gauge

SS19L for a mechanical gauge

Important! Hardware and Software Compatibility varies—see “Interface” in spec PDF for compatibility details.

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SS19LB onscreen BP gauge

Gauge color can be set under Lesson Preferences.

Use the BP Cuff transducer with the SS30L stethoscope for the evaluation of systolic and diastolic blood pressure. When the stethoscope is used to record the Korotkoff sounds it is easy to obtain very accurate and repeatable results. For alternate cuff sizes, see the RX120 Cuff Series.

Note – SS19LB/LA  is not compatible with MP45 Systems (USB chip conflict); use SS19L with MP45 Systems.

Calibration

The built-in pressure transducer requires an initial calibration. see specs for detailed instructions.

 

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