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Newnik Aneroid Sphygmomanometer

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Why is it useful to measure blood pressure at home? Measuring blood pressure by a doctor in the hospital tends to stimulate nervousness and may even create high blood pressure. Blood pressure also varies in accordance with variety of conditions and so judgment is not possible on the basis of single measurement. Regular home measuring lets you submit to your doctor a record of your measurement overtime. This information may provide a better reference of what your blood pressure really is, and can help your doctor make important decisions about your diagnosis and treatment.

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Newnik SP501 Sphygmomanometer / Aneroid BP Monitor

Newnik Aneroid Sphygmomanometer helps you measure your blood pressure at home with high precision. It has euro-type non-stop pin gauge. It has adjustable zero position and nylon cuff with D-ring. It is clinically validated and comes with the stethoscope.

  • Adjustable zero position, Euro type non stop pin gauge, high precision, cuff size 22 to 32 cm with a free stethoscope
  • Quick, accurate and easy to use clinically validated and most often used by health professionals, still the most reliable and accurate
  • Includes 300mmhg no pin stop manometer, single head stethoscope, chrome-plated brass air release valve, carrying case, calibration key to adjust needle move
  • Individually tested for accuracy each device undergoes rigorous testing and is approved for use by ISO and CE carry a 1-year warranty against manufacturing defect

About blood pressure:

  • Measuring blood pressure by a doctor in the hospital tends to stimulate nervousness and may even create high blood pressure.
  • Blood pressure also varies in accordance with a variety of conditions and so judgment is not possible on the basis of single measurement.
  • Regular home measuring lets you submit to your doctor a record of your measurement over time.
  • This information may provide a better reference of what your blood pressure really is, and can help your doctor make important decisions about your diagnosis and treatment.

 

Applying the cuff:

  • Place the cuff over the bare upper arm; wrap it with the tube pointing your palm and the artery mark over your main artery.
  • The edge of the cuff should be at approximately 2.0 to 3.0 cm above the inner side of the elbow joint. If the index line falls within the range of the arm circumference indicator, the cuff circumference is suitable; otherwise, you may need a cuff with a different circumference.
  • Using the correct cuff size is important for an accurate reading.

 

Measurement procedures:

  • Place the stethoscope head over the main artery, underneath the artery mark of the cuff.
  • With the valve closed, press the bulb and continue pumping to a valve 20-30 mmHg above your normal blood pressure.
  • Open the valve to deflate the cuff gradually at a rate of 2-3 mmHg per second.
  • Record the onset of Korotkoff sound as the systolic pressure and the disappearance of these sounds as diastolic pressure.
  • After the measurement is completed, fully open the valve to release any remaining air in the cuff.

 

Maintenance:

  • After measurement, wrap the cuff around sphygmomanometer and bulb and store in the carrying case together with the stethoscope.
  • Always deflate cuff completely before storage.
  • Never touch the cuff fabric or parts with sharp instruments.
  • Sphygmomanometer accuracy can be checked visually: simply be certain the needle rests within the area indicated by the red line under “0” when the unit is fully deflated. Under normal condition, it is recommended that calibration is completed every two years.
  • Clean the cuff with a slightly damp sponge or cloth. If necessary, it may be washed in cool water with mild soap. Remove bladder prior to washing. Rinse and air dry. Do not iron. Clean the bladder and bulb with a slightly damp sponge or cloth. To protect from cracking or discoloring, wipe with a soft cloth moistened with ethanol. Clean valve and gauge with a soft dry cloth.

 

Safety information:

  • Newnik Aneroid Sphygmomanometer is exclusively designed for blood pressure measurement at the upper-arm.
  • Do not inflate more than 300mg.
  • Do not take your blood pressure for more than 3 minutes.
  • Wait for at least 2 minutes before repeated measurement.

 

Specifications:

  • Measurement range: 0-300 mmHg
  • Accuracy: ±3 mmHg
  • Box Dimensions: 105(L)X70(W)X180(H)mm
  • Box Weight: 500 gm approx

 

Stages of blood pressure levels

Systolic (mmhg)

Diastolic (mmhg)

Hypertension

Stage 2

=>160

=>100

Stage 1

140-159

90-99

Pre-hypertension

120-139

80-89

Normal

<120

<80

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Manufacturer Newnik Lifecare

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1560

Newnik SP501 Sphygmomanometer / Aneroid BP Monitor

Newnik Aneroid Sphygmomanometer helps you measure your blood pressure at home with high precision. It has euro-type non-stop pin gauge. It has adjustable zero position and nylon cuff with D-ring. It is clinically validated and comes with the stethoscope.

  • Adjustable zero position, Euro type non stop pin gauge, high precision, cuff size 22 to 32 cm with a free stethoscope
  • Quick, accurate and easy to use clinically validated and most often used by health professionals, still the most reliable and accurate
  • Includes 300mmhg no pin stop manometer, single head stethoscope, chrome-plated brass air release valve, carrying case, calibration key to adjust needle move
  • Individually tested for accuracy each device undergoes rigorous testing and is approved for use by ISO and CE carry a 1-year warranty against manufacturing defect

About blood pressure:

  • Measuring blood pressure by a doctor in the hospital tends to stimulate nervousness and may even create high blood pressure.
  • Blood pressure also varies in accordance with a variety of conditions and so judgment is not possible on the basis of single measurement.
  • Regular home measuring lets you submit to your doctor a record of your measurement over time.
  • This information may provide a better reference of what your blood pressure really is, and can help your doctor make important decisions about your diagnosis and treatment.

 

Applying the cuff:

  • Place the cuff over the bare upper arm; wrap it with the tube pointing your palm and the artery mark over your main artery.
  • The edge of the cuff should be at approximately 2.0 to 3.0 cm above the inner side of the elbow joint. If the index line falls within the range of the arm circumference indicator, the cuff circumference is suitable; otherwise, you may need a cuff with a different circumference.
  • Using the correct cuff size is important for an accurate reading.

 

Measurement procedures:

  • Place the stethoscope head over the main artery, underneath the artery mark of the cuff.
  • With the valve closed, press the bulb and continue pumping to a valve 20-30 mmHg above your normal blood pressure.
  • Open the valve to deflate the cuff gradually at a rate of 2-3 mmHg per second.
  • Record the onset of Korotkoff sound as the systolic pressure and the disappearance of these sounds as diastolic pressure.
  • After the measurement is completed, fully open the valve to release any remaining air in the cuff.

 

Maintenance:

  • After measurement, wrap the cuff around sphygmomanometer and bulb and store in the carrying case together with the stethoscope.
  • Always deflate cuff completely before storage.
  • Never touch the cuff fabric or parts with sharp instruments.
  • Sphygmomanometer accuracy can be checked visually: simply be certain the needle rests within the area indicated by the red line under “0” when the unit is fully deflated. Under normal condition, it is recommended that calibration is completed every two years.
  • Clean the cuff with a slightly damp sponge or cloth. If necessary, it may be washed in cool water with mild soap. Remove bladder prior to washing. Rinse and air dry. Do not iron. Clean the bladder and bulb with a slightly damp sponge or cloth. To protect from cracking or discoloring, wipe with a soft cloth moistened with ethanol. Clean valve and gauge with a soft dry cloth.

 

Safety information:

  • Newnik Aneroid Sphygmomanometer is exclusively designed for blood pressure measurement at the upper-arm.
  • Do not inflate more than 300mg.
  • Do not take your blood pressure for more than 3 minutes.
  • Wait for at least 2 minutes before repeated measurement.

 

Specifications:

  • Measurement range: 0-300 mmHg
  • Accuracy: ±3 mmHg
  • Box Dimensions: 105(L)X70(W)X180(H)mm
  • Box Weight: 500 gm approx

 

Stages of blood pressure levels

Systolic (mmhg)

Diastolic (mmhg)

Hypertension

Stage 2

=>160

=>100

Stage 1

140-159

90-99

Pre-hypertension

120-139

80-89

Normal

<120

<80

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