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Spirometry, yes please

Spirometry is the lungs’ check-up Spirometry is a simple test which is used to measure the air that each individual […]

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HomeCare, YES please

We need now, more than everm greater accessibility to tools that allow us to personally assess our state of health […]

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Oxymetry, Yes Please

Everyone, not just doctors, knows how important it is to be aware of her or his body weight, temperature, heart […]

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Basic of Spirometry part 2 of 2

Evolution of lung diseases Lung diseases are currently the 6th most common cause of death. WHO predicts that lung diseases […]

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Basic of Spirometry part 1 of 2

HISTORY OF SPIROMETRY The first Spirometer was invented in 1846 by an English surgeon (and violinist!) John Hutchinson who presented […]

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Sleep apnea: more damage than tornadoes and earthquakes

When we think of disasters and economic consequences, our mind immediately goes to events such as tornadoes or earthquakes that […]

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Sleep apnea: a journey through its many troubles and diseases

It seems incredible, from scientific journals and non, we are continuously learning of new diseases closely correlated with sleep-disordered breathing. […]

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Cheyne Stokes Syndrome diagnosed with a 3D oximeter

A patient with severe heart failure had a resting SpO2 values ​​at the lower limit of normal , but had […]

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GLI-2012 predicted values for spirometry 3-95 year age range

MIR winspiroPRO software aligns to the most advanced international standards in respiratory medicine, enabling the GLI (Global Lung Function Initiative) […]

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Measuring our breath: important as measuring our body temperature

Originally – for Greek and Latin – the words Spirit and Breath mean exactly one and the same. Breath is […]

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Predictive Power of Spirometry

The predictive power of Spirometry This paper reviews several fundamental concepts which were “discovered” and explored several times over the […]

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Spirometry and Oximetry in neuromuscular diseases

Why perform spirometry and oximetry in neuromuscular diseases? Why perform spirometry and oximetry in neuromuscular diseases? Neurological and neurodegenerative diseases […]

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Interpreting results with GLI-2012 using Z-score and LLN

In the four years that it took the Global Lung Function Initiative (GLI) to finish its mission, with the support […]

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Oxymetry, Yes Please

Everyone, not just doctors, knows how important it is to be aware of her or his body weight, temperature, heart […]

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HomeCare, YES please

We need now, more than everm greater accessibility to tools that allow us to personally assess our state of health […]