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The instuments that measure pressure are hydrostatic and aneroid. A barometer, manometer, and tire gauge all measure pressure. Bordon gauges are industrial instruments that measure pressure.
Guage, Barometer
manometer
Commonly called a tire pressure gauge.
A measurement of pressure is PSI (pounds per square inch). There are gages that measure PSI.

The answer depends on what you are asking about:

For measuring blood pressure you could use a manometer.

For measuring tire pressure you could use a tire pressure guage.

For measuring air pressure you could use a barometer.

For measuring electrical pressure (also known as potential difference) you could use a voltmeter.

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There are lots of other things which may need to have their pressure measured, so when you ask a question about pressure, please say exactly which pressure you mean.
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