Soft-Cuf Blood Pressure Cuff with 2Tube Dinaclick Connector, Navy, Adult Long

Soft-Cuf Blood Pressure Cuff with 2Tube Dinaclick Connector, Navy, Adult Long


Soft-Cuf Blood Pressure Cuff with 2-Tube Dinaclick Connector, Navy, Adult Long

Soft, absorbent material with rounded corners for maximum patient comfort during extended hospital stays at the hospital
Ideal for patients with longer-term stays or for protocols where the cuff travels with the patient
Can be cleaned and reused on multiple patients for cost savings
Economically priced so it can be disposed of after a single patient use as part of infection prevention efforts

60 in stock

SKU: SFTA22AL Categories: , Brand:

A patient’s blood pressure is the first step in determining the best clinical course of action. GE Healthcare’s blood pressure (BP) cuffs help give you vital information up front, supporting well-informed decisions that may ultimately enhance patient outcomes. Our solutions are designed and priced to help you deliver high-quality care and patient satisfaction.

Product Specifications

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Manufacturers SKU: SFT-A2-2A
Manufacturer Name: GE Medical
Pedigree Restricted: No
Discontinued: Yes
Unit of Measure (MV):
Product Master Packaging: 20EA/BX
Product Packaging: 20EA/BX
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Product Restriction Code: 4
Name: GE Medical, SFTA22A, SOFT-CUF Cuffs, Adult, 2T Click
ProductID: 900401

Additional Information

Dimensions 9.95 × 6.95 × 8.5 in

2 reviews for Soft-Cuf Blood Pressure Cuff with 2Tube Dinaclick Connector, Navy, Adult Long

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