professional diagnostic spirometer
Main features, Spirodoc® spirometer
Complete spirometer in one touch
FVC, VC, IVC, MVV, PRE/POST Bronchodilator comparison with a wide range of selectable parameters.
Memory up to 10.000 Spirometry tests
or 900 hours of Oximetry (if available) recording coupled with powerful and flexible search services.
Rechargeable, long-life battery
Traffic light health indicator
for immediate test interpretation.
LCD Backlit Touch screen Display
With on-screen results and curves preview for immediate data assessment.
Winspiro PRO® PC software (always included)
Real Time test on PC, includes free online updates, and provides Real Time Flow/Volume and Volume/Time curves with PRE/POST Bronchodilator comparison on your PC. Quanjer 2012-GLI Predicted values with LLN and Z-score.
Spirometry test interpretation
Embedded Temperature sensor for BTPS conversion.
A full range of selectable parameters
Spirodoc® can operate both in stand-alone mode and connected to PC via Bluetooth® 2.1 or USB.
FVC, FEV1, FEV1/FVC, FEV1/VC, PEF, FEF25, FEF50, FEF75, FEF25–75, Lung Age, Extrap. Volume, FET, FEV3, FEV3/FVC, FEV6, FEV1/FEV6, FIVC, FIV1, FIV1/FIVC, PIF, VC, IVC, IC, ERV, Rf, VE, VT, tI, tE, VT/tI, tE/tTOT, MVV measured, MVV calculated.
Oximetry parameters (Optional)
SpO2 and Pulse Rate (Baseline, Min, Max, Average), T90% (SpO2<90%), T89% (SpO2<89%), T88% (SpO2<88%), T5% (∆SpO2>5%), ∆Index (12s), SpO2 Events, Pulse Rate Events (Bradycardia, Tachycardia), Step counter, Physical Activity (VMU), Recording time, Analysis time.
6 Minute Walk Test – Specific parameters (Optional)
O2–Gap, Estimated Distance, Walked Distance, Predicted Distance (Min, Standard), T∆2% (SpO2≥2%), T∆4% (∆SpO2≥4%), Time (Rest, Walking, Recovery), Desaturation Area/Distance Optional dataentry: BorgDyspnea(Baseline, End,Change), BorgFatigue (Ba- seline, End, Change), Arterial blood pressure (Systolic, Diastolic), Oxygen administered.
Sleep analysis – Specific parameters (Optional)
Body position, SpO2 Events, Desaturation Index (ODI), Desaturation (Mean Value, Mean duration, Longest duration, Nadir Peak), ∆SpO2 (Min Drop, Max Drop), Total Variations, Pulse Rate Index, NOD89% (SpO2< 89%; >5min), NOD4% (SpO2 Basale–4%; >5min), NOD90% (SpO2<90%; Nadir<86%; >5min).
Oximetry, the 5th vital sign!
Numerous “rates and rhythms” regulate our lives (heart rate, breathing rate, waking/sleeping, hunger/feeling full, etc.): the heart and respiratory rates are essential for life. In particular, the breathing rate oxygenates the blood and eliminates “waste” such as carbon dioxide.
The oximetry is essential in any type of setting:
Emergency rooms, operating rooms, intensive care, sports medicine, aerospace medicine, paediatrics, outpatient medicine.
Most of the oxygen (O2) is transported in the blood by hemoglobin molecules, which are like cars with 4 seats for “special passengers” (the O2 molecules coming in through breathing) inside special “containers”, the red blood cells.
When red blood cells reach the pulmonary alveoli, the O2 molecules try to get into these “cars”, occupying at least 95 percent of the available “seats” in the time it takes for just one breath: technically this means that 95% of the hemoglobin is saturated with oxygen (denoted by SpO2 = 95%).