Welch Allyn Durashock DS66 Sphygmomanometer

Welch Allyn Durashock DS66 Sphygmomanometer
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Gold Series Welch Allyn DS66 Trigger Aneroids with DuraShock™ technology maintain accurate blood pressure readings with lower lifetime cost

€178.99 (tax incl.) €144.35 (tax excl.)
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Thanks to exclusive shock-resistant, gear-free DuraShock technology, the DS-66 stays in calibration longer and won't need to be replaced as often, letting you maintain accurate readings with lower lifetime cost and total peace of mind.

Part of Gold Series, the DS66 Trigger features a smooth, trigger-style air release valve and ergonomic design with soft plastic inserts at key touch points for comfort.

In busy medical environments where equipment needs to be rugged and robust, Welch Allyn aneroid sphygmomanometers incorporating shock-resistant DuraShock® technology keep blood pressure gauges safely accurate and calibrated longer compared with traditional aneroid sphygmomanometers.

The sphygmomanometer Welch Allyn Durashock DS-66 has perfect design and is quite lighter than the common pressure gauges.

It has high resistance calibration even after falling and is guaranteed for 15 years through calibration technology Durashock of Welch Allyn.

The release of air is via the ergonomic air valve features and engraving screen manometer through laser is the way that ensures the best possible accuracy in measurements!

The measurement accuracy is +/- 3 mmHg. It does not include Latex. The package includes adult cuff.

Manufactured according to the highest standards of European and American Law ( see American National Standard ANSI / AAMI SP10: 2002, manual, electronic or automated sphygmomanometers, European Standard EN 1060-1: 1995, Non-invasive sphygmomanometers, Part1: General Requirements, European Standard EN 1060-2: 1996, Non-invasive sphygmomanometers - Part 2: Supplementary requirements for mechanical, sphygmomanometers (excluding section for graduation mark thickness and spacing), INMETRO Technical Metrological Regulation Number 24 of February 26, 1996 (excluding Section 6.4 for pointer thickness, and section 6.8 for graduation mark spacing).

5 cm
10 cm
5 cm
0.30 kg