The device that measures blood pressure is known as a sphygmomanometer. It comprises of a pump-up rubber cuff, which is enfolded around the limb. A measuring gadget shows the cuff’s pressure. A bulb puffs up the cuff and a faucet frees pressure. A stethoscope is used to hear thump sounds in the arteries. The blood pressure cuff together with an aneroid monitor (digital monitor), determines blood pressure analyses as part of the health check or to watch blood pressure as part of the personal health care routine.