New Spirolab spirometer with color touch screen,
built-in printer & oximeter.
The New Spirolab is a state-of-the-art spirometer with a high-resolution color touch screen and offers the possibility of connecting to a pulse oximeter for short or long (overnight) recording of oxygen saturation SpO 2 as well as heart rate.
It has a thermal, silent printer and offers the possibility of connecting to a computer via a USB port or wirelessly using Bluetooth .
The way to set it up and use it is friendly and is done in a minimum of time, either through a computer or through the touch screen and the virtual keys it has. The New Spirolab offers ease of transport and use, since it is light in weight and has a long-lasting battery with a charge level display on the screen.
It has full spirometric control with over 30 parameters as well as memory for storing up to 10,000 tests. The comparison of the results is done either through the screen where it is possible to display up to 8 puffs, or by the possibility of printing the results through the integrated thermal printer. It also offers the possibility to compare spirometry before and after bronchodilator use.
The flow sensor of the system uses a turbine with infrared rotation measurement, offering guaranteed accuracy without requiring continuous calibration . It is detachable and uses disposable paper mouthpieces. It is possible to use disposable sensors at low cost to avoid the sterilization process.
The New Spirolab is available with or without an oximeter.
WINSPIRO PRO software is very user friendly. In a graphical environment, it displays the flow/volume and volume/time curves in real time, while offering fast and reliable analysis and presentation of the results. It also provides the possibility of archiving patients as well as the possibility of recalling and comparing the records taken from them. Features a special illustration for pediatric appeal.
FVC, FEV1, FEV1/FVC, FEV1/VC, PEF, FEF25, FEF50, FEF75, FEF25–75, FEF75–85, Lung Age, Extrapolated Volume, FET, Time to PEF, FEV0.5, FEV0.5/FVC, FEV0.75, FEV0.75/FVC, FEV2, FEV2/FVC, FEV3, FEV3/FVC, FEV6, FEV1/ FEV6, FEV1/PEF, FEV1/FEV0.5, FIVC, FIV1, FIV1/FIVC, PIF, FIF25, FIF50, FIF75, FEF50/FIF50, VC, IVC, IC, ERV, IRV, Rf, VE, VT, tI, tE, VT/tI, tE/tTOT, MVV (measured), MVV (calculated).
Oximetry parameters :
%SpO2 and Pulse Rate (Min, Max, Average), Test duration, Total SpO2 Events, T90% (SpO2 time ≤89%), T89% (SpO2 time ≤88%), T40 (Bradycardia duration with Pulse Rate 120 BPM) .