When it comes to standardizing blood pressure cuffs, Welch Allyn disposable FlexiPort blood pressure cuffs can help hospitals improve financial outcomes and enhance patient safety with options that help streamline workflow and inventory management, and reduce the risk of cross-contamination. The secret to true cuff standardization is the single-point FlexiPort connection, a practical innovation that enables virtually any device to work with Welch Allyn FlexiPort blood pressure cuffs—without the hassle of traditional cuff tubes and connectors. FlexiPort disposable cuffs are available in every size, and with many traditional connector options.
Size: 12 Large Adult
Warranty: Initial Use
Manufacturer: Welch Allyn | MPN: SOFT-12
How many come in the box? There are 20 cuffs per box.
|Part #||Connection Style|
|SOFT-12||None - Raw Cuff Only|
|SOFT-12-1SC||w/Screw Type Connectors|
|SOFT-12-1TP||w/One-Tube Tri-Purpose Connectors|
|SOFT-12-1MQ||w/One-Tube Locking Type Connectors|
|SOFT-12-1HP||w/One-Tube Bayonet Connectors|
|SOFT-12-2SC||w/Two-tube Screw-type Connectors|
|SOFT-12-2MQ||w/Two-tube Locking-type Connectors|
|SOFT-12-2TP||w/Two-tube Tri-Purpose Connector & Empty Tube|
|SOFT-12-2MF||w/Two-Tube Mated Locking Connectors|
Converting your hospital to single-patient-use cuffs can help you reduce the risk of hospital-acquired infections. Get a copy of the American Journal of Infection Controlresearch paper "Implementation of Disposable Blood Pressure Cuffs as a Novel Approach to Reduce Fomite Transmission of Healthcare-Associated Clostridium difficile Infection in a Community Hospital" and see how one hospital reduced C. Diff transmissions after converting to disposable BP cuffs.
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