Part Number: 08111 0000
3 liter syringe air volume calibrator
FREE SHIPPING to the USA This is in great shape with hardly any signs of use. It will work with virtually any spirometer or other respiratory measurement device. US customers pay only what is... view more
Part Number: RS232FS
Flow Sensor, cable, software
Two Spiro Sense flow sensor with four cartridge inserts / sensors, connecting cables, two air tubes and one set of software disks are available. This system was developed to work with standard PC... view more
A spirometer is a medical device used to measure the volume of air inhaled and exhaled by the lungs. It is used to diagnose and monitor lung diseases such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and cystic fibrosis. The device is also used to measure the effectiveness of treatments for these conditions.
Spirometers come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from small handheld devices to large desktop models. They measure the volume of air inhaled and exhaled in liters, and can also measure the rate of airflow. The price range for spirometers varies widely, depending on the type and features of the device. Basic handheld spirometers can cost as little as a few hundred dollars, while more advanced models can cost several thousand dollars.
Several manufacturers make spirometers, including Welch Allyn, Schiller, and MIR Medical. These companies offer a range of models, from basic handheld devices to more advanced desktop models. They also offer a variety of features, such as Bluetooth connectivity and software programs for data analysis.