Spirometers for Sale
If you are in need of a spirometer for your medical practice, there are a few products we would like to recommend. We have done a great deal of testing on spirometers this year, and here are some good ones that are worth a look:
SDI Spirolab Multifunction Spirometer
This device has everything built in that you need for the highest quality spirometer testing. The Spirolab
is very light in weight and is very easy to take around with you from place to place. It only weighs 4.2 pounds. You will always get extremely accurate test results with this spirometer. Also, you get fast results so you do not have to waste any time. It will very precisely measure FVC and VC, with patterns of breathing, curves in real time, as well as pre and post advanced bronchial response.
This device has an LCD display that is very easy for you to read. We found it to be particularly easy on our eyes. It features an alphanumeric keyboard that is complete. We found it quite easy to enter data on this device.
This spirometer has FEV1 dose response curves, and patient name or ID recall. This makes your job so much easier, so you are not always searching and wasting time looking for a certain patient file. Challenge drug effect is easy to determine, and the design of the device makes sure that your patient is comfortable and will cooperate. The fact that it has a printer attached makes this SDI
device a real winner. You can quickly and easily get a graphical print out of patient results for the doctor to evaluate.
MicroDirect Micro Spirometer
If you are still looking for spirometers for sale, we also recommend the Microdirect Micro Spirometer
. This great product impressed us because it is designed just for times when you need a low cost respiratory monitoring device.
product is used for many heart and lung transplant programs around the world. It also is used in many clinical trials and for doctor use every day. It has been proven to be extremely accurate and reliable. In fact, it was given a British Design Award for micro spirometers, and there are more than 20,000 of them being used today.