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NIBP Finger Cuff Sensors

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Finger Cuff Sensor
Part #: RXNIBPDFINGER-L, RXNIBPDFINGER-M, RXNIBPDFINGER-S

Double-Finger Cuff Sensors for NIBP100D Noninvasive Blood Pressure Measurement. One finger sensor provides all parameters noninvasively—no placing of catheter or additional electrodes.

  • Large 24-28 mm (dark red)
  • Medium 18-25 mm (dark blue)
  • Small 10-18 mm (light blue)

Continuous, beat-to-beat, blood pressure signal and values (Sys, Dia, MAP) and Pulse Rate (PR) from one double-finger sensor. Comfortable for children through large adult subjects in short or long-term studies by switching from one finger to the next. Interval between finger rotations can be selected (max. 60 min.)

Finger sensors are reusable consumables with life cycle of approximately 12 months based on 3-4 hours/week; cuff warranty 6-months.

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Validated and Proven

Continuity, accuracy & waveform dynamics are equivalent to intraarterial measurement. Proven solution for consistent, repeatable results.

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Set up as quick as sliding the finger sensor over two neighboring fingers and placing the upper arm cuff. Accurate and immediate feedback shortly after start-up.

The system employs a vascular unloading technique to measure blood pressure at the fingers. A refined version of the Penaz’ principle is used to deliver a continuous noninvasive blood pressure signal. The method is based on concentrically interlocking control loops for accurate long-term readings of finger blood pressure.

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