The sensor measures the air pressure in the pressure cuff wrapped around the tested person's arm.
Heartbeats affect the blood pressure. That is the reason for the difference between the systolic and
diastolic pressure of the tested person.
The sensor has three ranges:
1. The average pressure in the pressure cuff in mm Hg.
2. The pressure beats with no units.
3. The sum of the two above signals.
The Edu-Logger software extracts the following from the blood pressure graph:
a) The Systolic blood pressure
b) The Diastolic blood pressure
c) The MAP (Mean Arterial Pressure)
d) The heart rate
As with all Edu-Logger Sensors this must be used with one of the Edulogger communication modules:
Graphic Display Module
( 900-232 )
Experiment Duration: 1 second to 31 days.
Range and operation modes:-
0 to 250 mm Hg
0 to 250 Arb
0 to 250 mm Hg + Arb
0.24 mm Hg
0.24 mm Hg
Max Sample Rate (S/sec):-
100 (subject to experiment duration)
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