|Synonyms||incentive spirometer, respirometer|
|Uses/Application||achieve optimum lung capacity|
A Lung Exerciser is used to help patients who are recovering from recent surgery keep their lungs active. However, Respiratory Exercisers can also be used by those with chronic respiratory conditions such as COPD, PF and emphysema.
Whether you want to test the breathing capacity of your lungs or want to make your lungs stronger, a Respiratory Exerciser is a device that will come to your rescue. This device checks your breathing pattern and capacity depending on the volume of air you inhale and exhale along with the speed. It is used by physicians and at home to check the recovery post asthma, lung diseases and breathing disorders that can affect the functioning of your lungs.
Improving lung function
Reducing mucus buildup
Strengthening lungs during extended rest
Lowering the chance of developing lung infections