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Blood Pressure Cuffs

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Newborn Cuff, Replaceable
Part #: RX120A, RX120B, RX120C, RX120D, RX120E, RX120F

The RX120 series are optional blood pressure cuffs, of varying sizes, which can be quickly and easily swapped in and out of the TSD120 and SS19L noninvasive blood pressure cuff transducer. Use a single TSD120 or SS19L  and substitute one cuff for another to accommodate a wide range in limb circumferences.

Size options include (by circumference):

  • Newborn (9.5-13.5 cm)
  • Infant (13.0-19.0 cm)
  • Child (18.4-26.7 cm)
  • Adult (25.4-40.6 cm)
  • Adult, Large (34.3-50.8 cm)
  • Thigh Cuff (40.6-66.0 cm)

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