This device is used to measure "Peak Expiratory Flow" (PEF) and Forced Expiratory Volume in 1-second (FEV1)in both children and adults. PEF is the fastest speed air can be blown out of the lungs after inhalation. FEV1 measures the volume after exhaling in 1-second. Peak Flow (PEF) and Forced Expiratory Volume in 1-second (FEV1) measurements can tell how well lungs are breathing by monitoring airflow. Doctors can have patients monitor changes in airflow and record the results. The automatic memory stores and provides easy access to the last 240 readings along with the time and date.
Specs & Features
Microlife Blood Pressure Monitors
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peak flow meter, 3 washable mouthpieces, tracking and analysis software, USB cable, deluxe storage case, instruction booklet, 2 AAA batteries, and 15 traffic light risk indicator cards.
Stores 240 readings with time and date
Easy to use
Measures peak flow and FEV1
Deluxe storage case
Ergonomically designed ease of use
Suitable for children and adults
Manufactured to meet American Thoracic Society accuracy standards for peak flow meters
Includes three mouthpieces