The spirometer is used to obtain the basic parameters of the external respiration function.

The use of spirometry during the COVID-19 pandemic is an important tool for the early detection of problems with external respiration.

It is possible to conduct this study in healthy people – athletes in order to determine the tolerance of physical activity and study the ventilation abilities of the respiratory system.

Spirometry is a simple study of lung function to diagnose obstructive ventilation disorders and to determine lung volume, as well as to assess the severity of ventilation disorders.

A decrease in vital capacity may be an expression of restrictive ventilation disorders caused by a decrease in total lung capacity.

Vital forced lung capacity is the maximum exhalation after a full inhalation. This is an important check for chest diseases and respiratory diseases and is a prerequisite for testing in modern lung inspection.

At the same time, it is of great importance for respiratory diseases, differential diagnosis, treatment evaluation and choice of surgical indications. Thus, with the rapid development of clinical respiratory physiology, the clinical application of pulmonary examination is also gaining popularity.

Ultrathin design, easy and functional.

Small in size, light in weight and easy to carry.

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SpO2 pulse oximeter sensor

The assessment of a patient with respiratory problems usually includes measurement of blood oxygen saturation, using a pulse oximeter. This is particularly important in unwell patients with COVID-19, since hypoxia is a serious warning sign for severe pneumonia. The basic complectation of the IDIS2GO KIT include SpO2 Pulse oximeter sensor or Pulse oximeter.

Non-invasive measurement of blood oxygen saturation and heart rate.
By measuring the absorption light during the ripple, the oxygen saturation value of the arterial blood can be obtained.

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May 19th celebrate World Family Doctor Day

Today, everyone needs a family doctor. He is a family friend, helper and support in difficult situations. Never has the role of primarycare been so important!

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May 17th is World Telecommunication and Information Society Day

Telecommunication is more important than ever during these times.
The Theme for the year is #Connect2030: #ICTs for the Sustainable Development Goals (#SDGs)
In the fast-paced IT world, the importance of telecommunications can hardly be overestimated. Big data is used to plan cities and infrastructures using anonymous relocation profiles, improved disaster management and support through mobile data analysis and medical care.

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