How to measure blood pressure by hand

manual or aneroid equipment includes a cuff and attached pump a stethoscope and a gauge this equipment requires coordination it’s difficult to use if you’re hearing or visually impaired or if you’re unable to perform the hand movements needed to squeeze the bulb and inflate the cuff when you’re ready to take your blood pressure…

CNA Skill: Blood Pressure

hi Simone how are you? good I’m here to take your blood pressure I’m Leigh Anne your CNA today so I’m going to go ahead and sanitize my hands and get my supplies and make sure to cover all surfaces and rub until they’re dry I’m just going to go ahead and make sure your…

Taking a Blood Pressure Measurement with a ComFit Cuff

Taking your blood pressure at home is easy. Before you take a measurement follow a few tips to ensure you get accurate readings. Do not measure within 30 minutes of eating, exercising, bathing, smoking, or drinking alcohol. Sit quietly for five minutes with your feet flat on the floor. You are now ready to take…

Taking Blood Pressure Measurements – Attendant Vital Signs Monitor from Direct Supply

Welcome to the instructional video for taking non-invasive blood pressure measurements with the Direct Supply Attendant Vital Signs Monitor. The Attendant Vital Signs Monitor is an all-in-one, quick solution for obtaining continuous or spot-check vital signs. It measures temperature, pulse oximetry, blood pressure and heart rate. Blood pressure measurements can be taken in three different…

How to Find the Correct Size Blood Pressure Cuff

Finding the right cuff size is important to getting an accurate blood pressure reading. Improper cuff size is one of the leading reasons for inaccurate readings. You can determine your cuff size with a simple arm measurement. Wrap a soft tape measure around your arm at bicep level, or halfway between the elbow and shoulder….