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Portable Spirometry System

Portable Spirometry System
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Product Details:
TypePC-based Spirometer
Usage/ApplicationHospital, Diagnostic Center, Clinic
Real Time TestingYes
USB PortNo
Sleep TestNo
SPO2 measurementYes
Pulse Rate Events (Bradycardia & Tachycardia)No
Step CounterNo
Physical Activity (VMU)No
Atmospheric Pressure700-1060 MPa
Working Temperature0-40 Degree C

  • Spirometer uses as a gasometer with chain compensated counter balance to the float balanced through cut its movement. 
  • Pulley calibrated to denote volume inlet and outlet tubes, side cock for gases, cock for draining off water strong construction. 
  • Complete with corrugated tube mouth piece & recording lever. 
  • Electronic spirometers have been used to calculate airflow rates in a channel without the need for fine meshes or moving parts. 
  • They operate by measuring the speed of the airflow with techniques such as ultrasonic transducers. 
  • These spirometers have greater accuracy by eliminating the momentum and resistance errors associated with moving parts. 
  • They also allow improved hygiene by allowing fully disposable air flow channels.

Spirometry Test Procedure
  • You'll likely be seated during the test.
  • A clip will be placed on your nose to keep your nostrils closed.
  • You will take a deep breath and breathe out as hard as you can for several seconds into the tube. It's important that your lips create a seal around the tube, so that no air leaks out.
  • You'll need to do the test at least three times to make sure your results are relatively consistent. If there is too much variation among the three outcomes, you may need to repeat the test again. The highest value among three close test results is used as the final result.
  • The entire process usually takes less than 15 minutes.
  • Your doctor may give you an inhaled medication to open your lungs (bronchodilator) after the initial round of tests. You'll need to wait 15 minutes and then do another set of measurements.
  • Key spirometry measurements include the following:
  • Forced vital capacity (FVC): This is the largest amount of air that you can forcefully exhale after breathing in as deeply as you can. A lower than normal FVC reading indicates restricted breathing.
  • Forced expiratory volume (FEV): This is how much air you can force from your lungs in one second. This reading helps your doctor assess the severity of your breathing problems. Lower FEV-1 readings indicate more significant obstruction.
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