Soft Disposable Cuff
SunTech Medical®’s color-coded soft disposable blood pressure cuffs come in a full range of sizes. These disposable cuffs were designed with a dedicated patient identification line to promote single patient use, help reduce the transmission of Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI), and protect your facility’s bottom line. SunTech also offers a Cuff Standardization Program to help standardize your facility on one BP connector, simplifying ordering and reducing inventory levels. This unique approach makes SunTech Medical Disposable BP Cuffs the best choice for meeting your infection control needs with exceptional value.
Features & Benefits
- Patient Identification: Dedicated location for single patient identification. Minimize cross-contamination.
- Cuff Standardization Program (CSP): Expertise in standardizing your facility on one cuff connector; one cuff, any patient, any monitor, any department.
- Economical: Priced to support single-patient use, particularly where infection control is a concern.
- Patient Comfort: Softer materials, tapered end and rounded edges provide a gentle cuff solution.
- Ease of Use: Tapered end for easier cuff application. Color-coded for quick size selection. Interior & exterior range indicators ensure accurate cuff sizing and fit.
- Durability: Value in a durable, single-piece design for multiple inflations.
- Reliable Performance: 100% leak tested for trust, value, and reliability.
- Regulatory: Engineered to meet AHA, AAMI-SP10, and MDD guidelines for results you can trust.
- Latex-Free: 100% latex-free materials promotes patient safety.
Why is it important to use the correct size cuff on my patients?
SunTech Medical Cuffs are designed to meet the AAMI (Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation) clinical standards for blood pressure cuffs. These standards were devised in order to ensure adequate pressure on the artery of the upper arm, which is necessary to produce an accurate blood pressure measurement. If a cuff is used on an arm larger than the specified range, the resulting reading will be falsely high. If a cuff is used on an arm that is smaller than the specified range, the resulting reading will be falsely low.
What is the difference between a “standard” cuff and a “long” cuff (i.e. Adult and Adult Long cuff)?
A “long” cuff has the same range indicators and bladder size as a “standard” cuff, but the actual length is longer than that of a “standard” cuff.
Do you offer private labeling?
For more information on corporate labeling, please contact SunTech by email or by phone:
- US Toll Free: 1.800.421.8626
- Main Line: 01.919.654.2300
- Email: Sales@SunTechMed.com
|Cuff Size (Print Color)||Range (cm)||Female Quick Connect||Threaded (Screw)||Male Bayonet (Plastic)||Male Quick Connect||No Connector|
|Small Adult (Turquoise)||17–25||98-0400-03||98-0400-23||98-0400-43||98-0400-D3||98-0400-63|
|Adult (Royal Blue)||23–33||98-0400-05||98-0400-25||98-0400-45||98-0400-D5||98-0400-65|
|Adult Plus (Royal Blue)||28–40||98-0400-0A||98-0400-2A||98-0400-4A||98-0400-DA||98-0400-6A|
|Large Adult (Burgundy)||31–40||98-0400-07||98-0400-27||98-0400-47||98-0400-D7||98-0400-67|
|Large Adult Plus (Burgundy)||40-55||98-0400-0C||98-0400-2C||98-0400-4C||98-0400-DC||98-0400-6C|
|Cuff Size (Print Color)||Range (cm)||Female Quick Connect||Threaded (Screw)||Male Bayonet (Plastic)||Male & Female Quick Connect||No Connector|
|Small Adult (Turquoise)||17–25||98-0400-13||98-0400-33||98-0400-53||98-0400-A3||98-0400-73|
|Adult (Royal Blue)||28-40||98-0400-15||98-0400-35||98-0400-55||98-0400-A5||98-0400-75|
|Adult Plus (Royal Blue)||23–33||98-0400-1A||98-0400-3A||98-0400-5A||98-0400-AA||98-0400-7C|
|Large Adult (Burgundy)||31–40||98-0400-17||98-0400-37||98-0400-57||98-0400-A7||98-0400-77|
|Large Adult Plus (Burgundy)||31–40||98-0400-1C||98-0400-3C||98-0400-5C||98-0400-AC||98-0400-7C|
This information is only to be as a guideline (reference only). Information is subject to change. This information does not represent a statement, promise, or guarantee by SunTech Medical.
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- AHA Hospital Fast Facts, 12-07-2011. http://www.aha.org/aha/resource-center/Statistics-and-Studies/fast-facts.html
- Schwegman, David. “Prevention of Cross divansmission of Microorganisms is Essential to Preventing Outbreaks of Hospital Acquired Infections”. 2008