BP Instrument

  • Hillrom

  • Verified 420 Manufacture
  • Hill-Rom Holdings, Inc. 130 E. Randolph St., Suite 1000 Chicago, IL 60601
  • Year Of Establishment: 1915
  • Hospital Bed
  • Patient Monitor
  • Stretcher
  • Hospital Bedside Locker
Product Overview

Welch Allyn®

Connex® ProBP™ 3400 Digital Blood Pressure Device

Capture fast, accurate readings in the palm of your hand with the same enhanced SureBPTM technology found in Welch Allyn vital signs devices.


Get more confident blood pressure readings in an easier way with this practical digital upgrade, a smart choice for clinicians in any setting. SureBPTM NIBP technology, reads blood pressure as the cuff inflates in about 15 seconds--quickly and comfortably--to ease squeezing when readings take longer. The ProBP 3400 works on a wide range of patients, with child through large adult size BP cuffs.

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About Hillrom

Hillrom’s roots as a medical innovator date back to 1915 when Dr. Francis Welch and William Noah Allyn developed the world's first handheld, direct illuminating ophthalmoscope and established Welch Allyn. Their innovation paved the way for more advancements to help provide better patient care. Twelve years later, William (Bill) A. Hillenbrand revolutionized the industry with the idea to "bring the home into the hospital" with warmer, more comfortable wooden furniture. In October 1929—just as the U.S. was plummeting into the Great Depression—Bill founded Hill-Rom and convinced hospitals to furnish their private rooms with his furniture for six months free of charge. After the trial period passed, the only things Bill received were orders for more! Wayne Quinton, along with Dr. Robert Bruce, developed the cardiac stress machine in 1958. This was the start of Quinton Instruments, a pioneer in medical devices including treadmills and cardiac diagnostic equipment. Together, Quinton and Dr. Bruce helped shape modern cardiac stress testing, including the Quinton ® Q-Stress ® Cardiac Stress Testing System, which is still being used today. Fast-forward 30 years to when University of Minnesota researchers—focusing on a better way to clear excess secretions from Cystic Fibrosis patients’ lungs—began developing a device to replace manual chest percussion therapy. This innovation evolved into The Vest® Airway Clearance System. In 1982, David W. Mortara, PhD, founded Mortara Instrument, which eventually became a leading provider of diagnostic cardiology solutions. Today, Mortara continues to enhance patient care with diagnostic algorithms, flexible EMR connectivity and advanced security features. Excel Medical was founded in 1995 and developed WAVE, the first-ever FDA-cleared patient surveillance platform. In 2005, Trumpf Medical developed the world's first OR lights with LED technology, providing optimal and consistent lighting for surgeons and clinicians. Breathe Technologies was also founded in 2005. The company manufactures the Life2000® Ventilation System, the first truly wearable ventilator on the market that provides continuous ventilation and supports improved patient mobility And most recently, in 2008, Trey Lauderdale, Oscar Callejas, Benjamin King and Rob Campbell founded Voalte with a vision: simplify communications and improve collaboration, workflows and outcomes across the entire healthcare system. This unique mobile platform is now used by more than 200 healthcare customers on more than 84,000 devices. Today, these companies, products, technologies and people have united to form Hillrom.

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