Features of AirLife Volumetric Incentive Spirometer
- Volumetric Measurement: The spirometer accurately measures the volume of inhaled and exhaled air, providing precise data for monitoring respiratory progress
- One-Way Valve: The built-in one-way valve ensures that air can only flow into the device, preventing contamination and facilitating hygienic use
- Adjustable Flow Resistance: Allows for adjustable flow resistance, enabling healthcare professionals to customize the device to individual patient needs and capabilities
- Visual Incentive: The device features an intuitive visual incentive system, such as a rolling ball or rising piston, that motivates and guides patients to achieve targeted inhalation volumes
- Ergonomic Design: Designed with patient comfort in mind, featuring an ergonomic shape that fits comfortably in the hand, making it easy to hold and operate
- Durable Construction: The CareFusion AirLife spirometer is built to withstand regular use, with durable materials that ensure longevity and reliability
- Easy-to-Read Scale: Equipped with a clear and easy-to-read scale, allowing both patients and healthcare professionals to monitor progress and accurately record results
- Portable and Lightweight: The spirometer's compact and lightweight design makes it highly portable, allowing for convenient use in various settings, such as hospitals, clinics, or even at home
Parts of Incentive Spirometer
- Flexible breathing tube
- Air chamber
The breathing tube is connected to the air chamber and ends with a mouthpiece. The indicator is located inside the device and can be found by locating the numbers on the column. You breathe in air through a tube connected to a large air column containing a piston or ball when using an incentive spirometer. The piston or ball inside the column rises as you breathe in. The height of the piston or ball indicates how much air you inhaled.
When to use this Incentive Spirometer?
After going through surgery, when you get bed rest, the breathing pattern and mechanism get affected. Carefusion Airlife spirometer measures the volume of air inhaled and exhaled by the lungs. It lets the user know whether there is an obstruction in the lungs or the airways. One can use this volumetric incentive spirometer in the following health conditions:
- People with cystic fibrosis might benefit from using an incentive spirometer to clear fluid buildup
- After surgery for strengthening the lungs
- People with COPD and Asthma
- While Pneumonia to break up fluid in the lungs
- Also recommend an incentive spirometer for people with sickle cell anemia, asthma, or atelectasis
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How to use a AirLife Volumetric Incentive Spirometer With One-Way Valve?
- Sit straight and hold the Spirometer
- Breathing out: Exhale all the air from your lungs
- Put the mouthpiece in the mouth and close your lips tightly around the mouthpiece
Note: Inhale air only to the mouth
- Breathing In: Inhale air deeply and slowly through the mouth. When taking a deep breath, it will raise the piston. If a user can not take a deep breath any longer, take the mouthpiece out of the mouth.
- Hold your breath for up to 5 seconds, then loosen your lips from the mouthpiece and breath out slowly
- Take a few breaths when the piston return to the bottom of the cylinder
- Repeat these steps 10 times. Get the piston higher in every cycle.
How do be prepared for the Spirometry Test?
- One should not smoke a few hours before the test.
- Restrict alcohol intake for at least four hours prior to spirometry.
- A person should prefer loose clothing for the test.
- Avoid vigorous exercises 30 minutes before the spirometry test.
- Before spirometry, a doctor's prescription is required for one who is under medications.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How does Airlife Spirometer Work?
Spirometer comes with a mouthpiece. Use a mouthpiece and inhale with it. When a user takes a deep breath, the piston will rise inside a clear cylinder. Numbers on the cylinder of the Spirometer show how much air you inhaled into your lungs.
2. What is a Spirometer used for?
A spirometer is used to check the patient's lung conditions by measuring how much air a user inhales and exhales. It is used to diagnose diseases that affect breathing, such as Asthma, Pneumonia, COPD, etc.
3. What is Spirometer Test?
Spirometer Test is a breathing test that measures breathing in and breathing out the air of the lungs. The spirometer device is used to perform spirometry tests that record the amount of air you inhale and exhale and the speed of your breath.
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