gauge pressure

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gauge pres·sure

pressure measured relative to ambient atmospheric pressure; at sea level, it is 1 atmosphere less than the pressure in the atmosphere. Compare: absolute pressure.
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One study investigated the diagnostic accuracy of a spring gauge pressure manometer to differentiate GI from respiratory placement of feeding tubes in 46 non-mechanically ventilated patients.
TABLE 1 Conversion chart-suction setting required to achieve target chest gauge pressure Pressure/ATA Pressure/ATA Pressure/ATA 1.
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