Given the increasing prevalence of respiratory diseases and the importance
of early diagnosis and monitoring, spirometry has become an integral
part of healthcare programs. It allows for the identification of
conditions like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma,
and other respiratory disorders, as well as providing valuable data
for the development of treatment plans and monitoring the
effectiveness of interventions.
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Vitalograph micro Spirometer
The Ultimate Low Cost, High Performance Spirometer
The Vitalograph micro™ is a high quality spirometer at a great value price from the leading provider of spirometry devices to general healthcare and occupational health markets.
- Low cost, entry-level model from the leader in general practice and occupational health spirometry test devices
- Durable measurement technology
- No need for expensive disposable sensors, turbines, spirettes or flow tubes
- Optimal hygiene via bacterial/viral filter (BVF™) barriers
- Touchscreen for simple and intuitive operation
- Includes Vitalograph Reports Software for creating editable PDF reports (for printing, filing and uploading to EMR systems)
- Features latest GLI spirometry predicted equations and Z-scores
- Vitalograph micro Spirometer
- Vitalograph device studio software
- Protective carry pouch
- USB Cable
Spirometry Fact #1
Spirometry is the most common type of pulmonary function or breathing test.This test measures how much air you can breathe in and out of your lungs, as well as how easily and fast you can the blow the air out of your lungs. Your doctor may order spirometry if you have wheezing, shortness of breath, or a cough
Spirometry Fact #2
What are the most important values for spirometry?The most important numbers to look for on a spirometry test report are the FVC, FEV1, and PEF values. These numbers provide your healthcare provider with a snapshot of your lung function.18 Apr 2023
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