Our medical pressure gauges are in GC-BOB medical gauges can be found on angioplasty inflation devices, anesthesia equipment, medical regulators, respiratory equipment, dental systems, and more in daily use in clinics and hospitals around the globe. Medical pressure gauge sizes range from 1” to 4" to fit almost any equipment or space requirement. Our medical pressure gauges are designed and manufactured for a wide variety of medical applications, with high performance on the oil free cleaning which can guarantee the using safety, and strictly quality control to realize the medical equipment requirements.
Types of Medical Pressure Gauges
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Medical Pressure Gauges Applications
Medical pressure gauges have a wide range of applications in the medical field. Some of the most common applications include measuring blood pressure, monitoring intracranial pressure, and measuring pulmonary artery pressure.
Blood pressure is one of the most important vital signs that is routinely measured in medical settings. A medical pressure gauge is used to measure blood pressure by inflating a cuff around the arm or wrist and measuring the pressure when the cuff is slowly deflated.
Intracranial pressure is the pressure inside the skull and is measured using a pressure sensor that is placed inside the skull through a small hole. This measurement is important in the diagnosis and management of conditions such as traumatic brain injury and hydrocephalus.
Pulmonary artery pressure is the pressure inside the pulmonary artery, which carries blood from the heart to the lungs. This pressure can be measured using a pulmonary artery catheter and is used to monitor patients with heart or lung conditions.