An oscillometer blood pressure machine from Sutton and Cheam hospital. The hospital was opened under the name Sutton and Cheam in 1931 and was used for war casualties during WW2.
The oscillator was made by Down Bros London and is thought to be made between 1920-1940.
An oscillometer is a method of measuring blood pressure. The oscillometric method uses a sphygmomanometer cuff with an electronic pressure sensor to observe cuff pressure oscillations, electronics to automatically interpret them, and automatic inflation and deflation of the cuff.
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