Disposable Cuff - Neonatal
With fun, color-coded animal prints, our full range of disposable Neonatal blood pressure cuffs are for your littlest patients. With extra-soft material for gentle care and comfort, these BP cuffs are designed for clinical accuracy you can trust at an exceptional value.
Features & Benefits
- Patient Comfort: Extra-soft material and rounded edges provide a gentle blood pressure cuff solution.
- Patient Identification: Dedicated location for single patient identification.
- Ease of Use: Color-coding and interior range markings ensure proper BP cuff sizing and fit.
- Reliable: 100% leak tested for trust, value, and reliability.
- Regulatory: Engineered to meet AHA, AAMI-SP10, and MDD guidelines for accurate results you can trust.
- Flexibility: One or two-tube design provides needed flexibility.
- Latex-Fee: 100% latex-free 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.
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|One Tube||Two Tube|
|Cuff Size (Print Color)||Range (cm)||Male Slip Luer (Plastic)||Male Bayonet (Plastic)||Male Slip Luer (Plastic)||Male Bayonet (Plastic)|
|Neonate #1 (Orange)||3–6||98-0400-80||98-0400-85|
|Neonate #2 (Turquoise)||4–8||98-0400-81||98-0400-86|
|Neonate #3 (Green)||6–11||98-0400-82||98-0400-87|
|Neonate #4 (Navy Blue)||7–13||98-0400-83||98-0400-88|
|Neonate #5 (Burgundy)||8–15||98-0400-84||98-0400-90||98-0400-89||98-0400-91|
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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