aneroid manometer

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an·er·oid ma·nom·e·ter

a manometer in which the pressure is indicated by a revolving pointer moved by a diaphragm or Bourdon tube exposed to the pressure.
Synonym(s): dial manometer


an instrument for ascertaining the pressure of gases or liquids, particularly blood pressure. See also sphygmomanometer.

aneroid manometer
provides direct measurement of mean arterial blood pressure through a catheter placed in a peripheral artery.