Max Mercury Free Sphygmomanometer
Max Mercury Free Sphygmomanometer is a mercury-free blood pressure monitor with auscultatory measurement and a digital display that is similar in appearance to traditional mercury blood pressure monitor. Measures blood pressure accurately It Gives an over pressure warning: LCD top will flash when pressure is more than 315mmHg (42kPa) Wrap the cuff around your upper arm then place the wide head of the stethoscope on your arm Clip the pressure gauge to a stable surface Take the rubber bulb and tighten the valve then rapidly pump the bulb to inflate the cuff Gently turn the valve on the bulb counter-clockwise Note your systolic blood pressure. As the pressure drops, use the stethoscope to listen for a thumping or knocking sound. When you hear the first thump, make a note of the pressure on the gauge. This is your systolic blood pressure. Note your diastolic blood pressure. Keep watching the gauge, while using the stethoscope to listen to the thumping noises. Eventually the hard thumping noises will turn into a whooshing sound. It is helpful to note this change, as it indicates that you are close to your diastolic blood pressure.