ADC Diagnostix Childrens e-sphyg Digital Aneroid Sphygmomanometer (Black)

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Replaces the traditional aneroid or mercurial instrument with an electronic gauge that is more reliable, durable and mercury free. Stethoscope not included. 
  • Infant (3.5 to 5.5 inches / 9 to 14 cm)
  • Child (5.1 to 7.67 inches / 13 to 19.5 cm)
  • Small Adult (7.48 to 10.6 inches / 19 to 27 cm)
  • Adult (9.05 to 15.74 inches / 23 to 40 cm)
  • Large Adult (13.38 to 19.68 inches / 34 to 50 cm)
  • Thigh (15.74 to 25.98 inches / 40 to 66 cm)



Replaces your mechanical gauge and its fragile, vulnerable design with a virtually indestructible, digital instrument that can stand up to the toughest use.

  • Virtually indestructible design can withstand repeated drops of 5 feet or more
  • Latex Free
  • Splash resistant housing for use in harsh environments
  • Extra large LCD digits are easy to read
  • Backlit display for easy reading even in low light conditions
  • Swivel cuff clip allows the manometer to be re-positioned for easy viewing
  • Auto off function conserves battery strength
  • Dual low battery warnings
  • Recalibration reminder after 10,000 cycles (free lifetime recalibration)
  • Systolic assist alerts practitioner to the onset of Korotkoff sounds – makes a great training aid
  • Deflation rate display promotes proper technique in accordance with AHA guidelines
  • Pulse rate display at the completion of a measurement
  • New reading lock feature allows the practitioner to lock in systolic and diastolic values during measurement
  • Manometer works with virtually every cuff on the market
  • Two tubes
  • Requires familiar and trusted manual auscultation to obtain blood pressure readings (use of stethoscope)
  • 2 “AAA” batteries (included)
  • Lifetime calibration warranty
  • Latex Free
  • Meets or exceeds ANSI/AAMI SP10, EN 1060-1, and EN 1060-3

CA Prop 65 Warning, Chemical DEHP 

  • DEHP is on the Proposition 65 list because it can cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
  • Exposure to DEHP may increase the risk of cancer, and may also harm the male reproductive system.
  • Exposure to DEHP during pregnancy may affect the development of the child