Mabis DMI Wall-Mounted Clock Aneroid Sphygmomanometer

Mabis DMI Wall-Mounted Clock Aneroid Sphygmomanometer

Brand/Manufacturer: MABIS DMI HEALTHCARE
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  • FSA Approved

Mabis DMI Wall-Mounted Clock Aneroid Sphygmomanometer has a special mounting bracket that allows the unit to swivel or to be removed completely, while providing a built-in cuff storage area. The gauge is adjustable, so it can easily set to zero with use of the mini screwdriver.

Item # Desc Pkg Price
09-166-021 Black Each
09-166-011 Blue Each


  • Mabis DMI Wall-Mounted Clock Aneroid Sphygmomanometer comes with 8 feet coiled neoprene tubing
  • Deluxe calibrated
  • Nylon cuff and bulb with deluxe air release valve
  • Wall mounting fixture and hardware, and one mini screwdriver included
  • Latex-free

More Information

  • Operating Instructions:
    Make sure that the unit is properly assembled and a properly sized cuff has been selected
    - The patient should sit or lie in a comfortable position with any constrictive clothing removed from arm
    - Wrap the cuff around the patient;s arm with the artery arrow positioned over the brachial artery, the bottom edge of the cuff should be approximately 1" above the antecubital crease
    Note: Make sure that the proper cuff has been selected. See Selecting a Properly Sized Cuff section for details
    - Extend the patients arm and slightly bend elbow so that the cuff is at heart level
    - Properly seat the eartips of the stethoscope into the ear canals and place the bell side of the chestpiece over the antecubital area just below the cuff
    - Hold the inflation bulb and turn the air release valve to close
    - Slowly and steadily inflate the cuff to a level approximately 30mm Hg higher than the estimated systolic pressure
    - Upon reaching the proper inflation level, open the valve, and slowly and steadily release the air at a rate of 2 to 3mm Hg per second
    - As the pressure begins to fall, listen for the first sound, which is the systolic pressure
    - Allow the cuff to continue to deflate. Listen for the first absence of sound,
    which is the diastolic pressure
    - Rapidly turn the valve to release all remaining air. Remove the cuff and
    record the measurement
  • Care and Maintenance:
    - Do not use steam, heat or liquid disinfectant to clean the gauge, bulb, cuff or bladder
    - Gauge: Wipe the gauge with a slightly dampened cloth to clean
    - Blood Pressure Cuff: Remove the bladder before cleaning
    - Cuffs can be cleaned with a dampened cloth or washed with detergent in water


Cuff SizeRange
Infant14cm to 19.9cm
Child19.6cm to 28.7cm
Adult27.9cm to 41.7cm
Large Adult33cm to 50.8cm
Thigh40.9cm to 61.5cm

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