Category: Sphygmomanometer
Estimated Date: 1900
Name: Riva-Rocci Sphygmomanometer

Description: 11.5” tube including 1” reservoir with an inlet tube from pump and an outlet tube to cuff. Iron base, oval, 6“x 2.5“x. 0.75” serving as a firm support. There is a triangular metal plate behind the tube, which has the mm scale and which is adjustable in height. 10” long, 3” at widest, 1.5” at narrowest. This is the more common commercial model of this very early blood pressure device.

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Oliver pocket mercurial manometer
Riva-Rocci Sphygmomanometer
Sphygmomanometer, Baum, Cabinet Model
Baumanometer, kit bag model
Sphymomanometer, Collens Sphygmooscillometer