Portable smart Breath Exerciser can help users carry out respiratory rehabilitation training, pulmonary rehabilitation training, and contribute to rehabilitation training for COVID-19 and chronic obstructive pulmonary (COPD) rehabilitation. Also the Breath Exerciser can improve the depth and duration of breathing, which is a good help for patients with chest and abdomen surgery, and can improve breathing difficulties, chest tightness, shortness of breath, and wheezing.
Due to the use of a brand-new air flow sensor, the size of the smart breathing trainer can be very small and easy to carry and use.
- Respiratory muscle training can exercise and increase thoracic expansion ability, can improve the patient's lung ventilation function (FEV1 and FEV1/FVC%) and oxygenation function (blood oxygen partial pressure and blood oxygen saturation), increase alveolar ventilation, Reduce energy consumption during breathing.
- Respiratory muscle training can not only improve lung function, but also increase the supply of muscle blood flow during exercise, improve chest tightness, exercise endurance and activities of daily living.
- Pulmonary disease patients (COVID-19, COPD): prevent the disease from getting worse and recover from the lung.
- Patients undergoing thoracic and abdominal surgery: Improve breathing depth and duration
- Improve breathing difficulties, chest tightness, shortness of breath, repeated wheezing, can be used for vital capacity exercise
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It adopts self-developed medical-grade hot film flow sensor, which has faster response speed and higher accuracy. the accuracy of the range 200SLM is 2%, which is higher than the 3% accuracy required by the American Thoracic Society (ATS).
The American Thoracic Society (ATS) requires accuracy within +-3%.
Range: 200 SLM
Flow rate: (0-20L/S)
Accuracy: +- 2%
Average expiratory/inspiratory flow rate (L/S), average expiratory and inspiratory volume (L), training duration