Frequently bought together
- For use with peak flow meters
- Single use mouthpieces help protect patients from cross infection
- Helps to ensure accurate readings and prolongs the life of your equipment
- Clinically clean
- Size colour coded
- Pack of 100
Difference between peak flow meter and spirometer
A peak flow meter measures a patient’s ‘Peak Expiratory Flow’ . It is a measure of how fast you are able to forcefully exhale after full inhalation.
A spirometer assesses a patient’s lung function. It offers a larger set of parametric values regarding lung health than a peak flow meter does. Spirometry requires a patient to perform specific breathing maneuvers using a spirometer.
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