1. I f the cuff is not assembled, pass the end of the
cuff furthest away from the tubing through the metal
D-ring in order to form a loop. The smooth side without
the felt material should be on the inside of the cuff loop.
End of cuff
2. Plug the cuff tube into the left side of the unit.
Insert plug here
3. O pen the arm cuff so that your arm may be placed
4. R emove tight fitting clothing from your upper left arm so
that the cuff can be wrapped around your exposed arm.
5. P osition cuff edge 0.8-1.2
inches (2-3 cm) above elbow.
6. Center tube over middle of arm.
7. Pull the end of the cuff so that it tightens
evenly around your arm. Press the hook
and loop material together to secure.
Allow room for 2 fingers to fit between the
cuff and your arm.
8. L ay your arm on a table (palm upward)
so the cuff is at the same height as your
heart. Make sure the tube is not kinked.
• This device should not be used when your arm is wounded or
• If it is not possible to fit the cuff on your left arm, it can also be
placed on your right arm. However, all measurements should
be made using the same arm.
• To use on the right arm, you must position the artery symbol
" over the main artery. Locate
the main artery by pressing with
two fingers approximately 1" (2
cm) above the bend of your elbow
on the inside of your right arm.
Identify where the pulse can be
felt the strongest. This is your main artery.
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