Microlife WatchBP Office Blood Pressure Cuff
The Microlife WatchBP Office Blood Pressure Monitor is a professional-standard, automatic office blood pressure monitor. Sold individually, the Office Blood Pressure Cuff is a comfortable upper arm cuff, available in several sizes, which necessary to carry out its high quality diagnostics (including the ankle brachial index).
What Are the Benefits of the Microlife WatchBP Office Cuff?
The Office Blood Pressure Cuff is a comfortable latex-free cuff built specifically to provide high quality diagnostics with the Microlife WatchBP Office Blood Pressure Monitor. Purchasing additional cuffs widens the utility of your device, by making it suitable for a larger range of arm sizes. A second arm cuff is also necessary to carry out double arm measurements.
Will the Cuff Trigger Allergic Reactions?
Not only is this cuff completely latex free, it is also completely PVC free. This means that it will not irritate the skin of patients who are allergic to these materials.
Can the Microlife WatchBP Office Cuff Be Washed?
Once the bladder has been removed it is possible to wash the cuff with a damp cloth and soap. This helps to maintain long-term hygienic use and prevent cross contamination.
Does Cuff Size Matter?
Choosing an appropriate cuff size is vital for both the quality of diagnostic and proper care of the cuff. If the cuff selected is too large for the patients arm, it will not produce accurate or reliable readings. If the cuff is too small the results will be inaccurate and you risk damaging the cuff itself.
Which Sizes of Microlife WatchBP Office Blood Pressure Cuff Are Available?
This blood pressure cuff is available in four sizes, from small to extra large. Consult the table below for a sizing guide:
|Cuff Size ||Arm Circumference (cm) |
|Small ||17 – 22cm |
|Medium ||22 – 32cm |
|Large ||32 – 42cm |
|Extra Large ||42 – 52cm |
Please select your preference from the drop-down menu at the top of this page.
How Do I Measure Cuff Size?
Cuff size is measured as the circumference of the patient's arm at their bicep. The measurement should be taken with the arm bent to 90º. Ideally this will be carried out with a fabric measuring tape, but can also be done using a piece of string.