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Height Measurement Instruments, Wall Mounted, Electronic
Definition : Wall-mounted height measuring instruments that use electronic sensors and circuits to measure people's height. These instruments typically consist of a graduated wall-mounted rod, a head positioner, optical sensors, electronic circuits, a battery, and a remote display that shows the results either in metric values, inches, or both. Electronic wall-mounted height measuring instruments are used in doctors' offices, hospitals, and other healthcare facilities for routine evaluation of people's height. High-precision electronic instruments intended to evaluate the growth of children and young adults (known as digital stadiometers) are also available.
Entry Terms : "Wall Mounted Height Measurement Instruments, Electronic" , "Digital Stadiometers"
UMDC code : 25213
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