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About 48 cm, but the actual range indicated on the cuff is 25.4 to 40.6 cm.
Jacob Berg
· February 25, 2015
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Only a diaphragm and no bell. Does not feature tunable feature. That said, if you're taking bp measurements this is fine. If you're auscultating the heart then this stethoscope is grossly inadequate
Alex
· December 16, 2015
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NO I don't believe it has approval. It is straight forward measurement of your blood pressure, very accurate and durable. It is the cheapest way to go as the digital blood pressure units are not as accurate as this unit. In a couple of minutes I can find my blood pressure and is coherent to the doctor's readings.
Henry P Connolly
· June 5, 2019
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Yes using the stethoscope bit on the medial side a bit above the cubical fossa (inside elbow).. Basically below the cuff around upper arm.. carefully listen to the first heart beat (systolic) and last sound or muffled sound (diastolic) while watching which spot you heard them on the BP monitor. You got both systolic ov… see more Yes using the stethoscope bit on the medial side a bit above the cubical fossa (inside elbow).. Basically below the cuff around upper arm.. carefully listen to the first heart beat (systolic) and last sound or muffled sound (diastolic) while watching which spot you heard them on the BP monitor. You got both systolic over diastolic. Remember it's manual & Each line represents 2 mmhg. see less Yes using the stethoscope bit on the medial side a bit above the cubical fossa (inside elbow).. Basically below the cuff around upper arm.. carefully listen to the first heart beat (systolic) and last sound or muffled sound (diastolic) while watching which spot you heard them on the BP monitor. You got both systolic over diastolic. Remember it's manual & Each line represents 2 mmhg.
Sue
· October 23, 2015
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Yes it’s light but doesn’t feel Cheap good quality.
shana
· September 17, 2018
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This is not a toy . This is real device and this does work well .
Suvash
· November 27, 2018
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No, sorry 😐
Amazon Customer
· November 16, 2017