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Precision Stadiometers

Precision Stadiometers

Medical professionals use stadiometers to accurately measure height. Traditional stadiometers relied on a ruler, sliding headpiece and medical staff member to take approximate measurements. Today, however, precision stadiometers remove the need for guesswork in the measuring process. Usually digital, these tools take and display height measurements down to intervals smaller than the eye could accurately detect.

Benefits of Purchasing Precision Stadiometers

Height is an important metric in understanding pediatric growth and overall adult health. Hospitals, clinics and research facilities need precision stadiometers because other methods of height measurement and reporting turn up unreliable results. Patient-reported or estimated heights, for example, are rarely accurate enough to be useful.

Even manual stadiometers, which far surpass estimates in terms of accuracy, still require some guesswork from medical staff. When you're reading measurements on an analog measuring device, you may have to round up or down to approximate height. In contrast, precision stadiometers take automatic, close measurements, allowing for less human error and greater reliability.

By taking precise measurements quickly, precision stadiometers often improve quality of care and streamline workflow in busy clinics.

Choosing the Right Precision Stadiometer

An essential part of most medical practices, a precision stadiometer requires thoughtful selection. Making the most of your investment and choosing the right precision stadiometer requires you to consider your practice's needs and weigh them against your budget. Therefore, as you prepare to buy a precision stadiometer online, remember to consider these factors:

  • Measuring Method: Though precision stadiometers typically use digital technology to take height measurements, they may employ different measuring methods. Some precision stadiometers use a traditional sliding headpiece, while others use newer methods, like sonar triangulation, to find a patient's height.
  • Mounting Requirements: As you consider which precision stadiometer will work best for your practice, decide where you plan to use the tool. Some precision height rods need to be fastened to the wall, while others can rest on top a surface for a more portable functionality.
  • Display Options: Do you have a preference for measurements displayed in a certain format? If so, make sure the precision stadiometer you choose displays height measurements in that format. QuickMedical carries precision stadiometers that format measurements in feet, inches, centimeters or millimeters.
  • Power Source: Digital stadiometers require a power source to function. If you want the ability to plug in your stadiometer, you'll need to pick a model with an AC adapter as well as a battery function.
  • Affect on Workflow: The right precision stadiometer can impact the efficiency and overall workflow of your practice. As you consider each option, think about how functions such as hands-free measuring or the ability to lock in a patient's height could affect the way your clinic functions.

Precision stadiometers come at a variety of price points, so it's possible to find a model within your budget. If you buy your precision stadiometer online through QuickMedical, you may also qualify for a flexible payment plan.

Get Precision Stadiometers From QuickMedical

Precision stadiometers conveniently measure patient height with extreme accuracy, and the reliable ones in QuickMedical's selection are built to last. They're ideal for research facilities, physicians' offices, clinics and hospitals. Browse our precision stadiometers for sale online, and contact us today for more information.

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