AirLife Spirometers are handheld medical devices used to accurately measure pulmonary function. Designed to hold comfortably while performing breathing exercises, the goal is to improve lung function over time. These incentive spirometers have an adjustable mouthpiece and flexible tubing to breathe through as well as an adjustable goal indicator. Designed to hold comfortably while performing breathing exercises, the calibrations are listed on both sides of the tube, allowing for easy-to-read measurements. The tubing is flexible, giving the user flexibility in how they would like to position the mouthpiece. The one-way valve option reminds patients to inhale rather than exhale. As a patient breaths in This device reads volumes up to 4,000 ml. Lung illness and related issues are incredibly difficult circumstances to overcome for any person or loved one. Luckily, an incentive spirometer can assist with recovery and accurate lung function measurements after such events. These easy-to-use devices can strengthen breathing muscles and improve lung function, making them an essential part of any caregivers’ supplies.
- Dual-sided calibrations clearly identify achieved volumes of up to 4000mL capacity
- Flexible tubing lets the patient adjust the mouthpiece for use in various positions
- Mouthpiece holder for storage when not in use
- One Way Valve Option provides a reminder for the patient to inhale rather than exhale, ensuring correct technique, even when you can’t be at the bedside
- Easy to read calibrations
- Designed to hold comfortably while performing breathing exercises
- Adjustable goal indicator to increase volume capacity as lung capacity improves
Who should be using this product?
Those with the following may benefit from the use of an incentive spirometer:
- Other respiratory conditions.
- Following major chest or abdominal surgery
AirLife Spirometers measure lung function to test whether a condition is getting better over time. They not only help improve lung capacity through breathing exercises but also help to keep lungs healthy.
How do you use an AirLife spirometer?
- Hold the spirometer instrument in an upright position.
- Breath out and seal your lips tightly around the mouthpiece.
- Breathe in slowly and as deeply as you can until the piston is in the outlined area. This slow breath will raise the piston as the air sacs in your lungs open.
- Hold your breath as long as possible then remove the mouthpiece. Exhale slowly. Continue slow breathing while the pistons reset. Coughing after each interval is recommended to remove mucus.
- Repeat steps 5-10 times or as directed by your healthcare provider.
If the product has a disposable mouthpiece, make sure you are not using the same piece for more than 24 hrs. Remove the tube and mouthpiece and hand wash it with warm water and mild soap when cleaning.
|Flow Rate||4 Liter|
|Usage||Single Patient Use|