According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, Asthma is a leading cause for chronic absenteeism, which is defined as missing 10 percent or more of school days for any reason, excused or unexcused. It detracts from learning and is a proven early warning sign of academic risk. This affects young children in particular ways that can shape academic outcomes for their entire school career. Below are our best solutions to diagnose asthma and keep students in class.
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, or COPD, is a major problem around the world. But as with many other conditions, the true extent of the problem is not entirely understood. Here in the United States, approximately $50 billion is spent on COPD annually, between the direct costs of healthcare delivery and the indirect costs that the economy endures as a result, like lost productivity and absenteeism. Some 15 million or so people have been formally diagnosed with COPD, and it is fourth-leading cause of death in America.
With spirometry, you can easily establish baseline airflow status for every patient, even those potentially at risk for a chronic respiratory condition (including your COVID-19 population).
Browse our selections of spirometers, including portable spirometers, and mouth pieces from trusted manufactures such as NDD.
We're proud to offer a private-brand option to our line of spirometry tools to help you confidently diagnose and manage Asthma and COPD. Henry Schein is dedicated to providing the best diagnostic equipment and excited to announce the Henry Schein EasyOne® Air spirometer.
EasyOne® Air is the proven spirometry solution for optimal patient care. Built for healthcare providers large and small, EasyOne® Air uses the revolutionary TrueFlow™ ultrasound technology for unprecedented accuracy and reliable diagnosis.
Stay flexible with our portable stand-alone solution that can also function as a PC spirometer
Extremely robust and calibration-free TrueFlow™ technology to guarantee a lifetime of worry-free operation
Color Touch Screen
View real time curves, easily enter data, and navigate using our premium touch screen interface
Easily connect wirelessly for real time incentives, data exchange, and EMR connectivity
EasyOne® Air is the new, all-in one revolution in lung function testing. Includes wireless connectivity to the PC via Bluetooth, large color touch screen, and incentive screens available with EasyOne® Connect.
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Portable spirometer, single-breath D device that allows physicians to provide their patients with prompt, accurate diagnosis and treatment. Performs PFTs in under 30 minutes, all in 1 sq. ft. Some of the many features include:
The Easy on-PC uses the power of your PC, laptop, or tablet, leveraging True Flow ultrasound technology for a complete spirometry solution. This PC spirometer uses pediatric incentives, displays inspiratory and expiratory real time curves, and offers challenge testing. Some of the essential features include:
This respiratory analysis system provides the most efficient and accurate way to perform complete lung function testing. With EasyOne Pro® LAB the technician can fully focus on the patient. TrueCheck™ ensures that each gas measurement is accurate without calibration and warm-up time.
Our spirometers are high quality and deliver fast results to diagnose lung conditions and determine if a patient's current medication or treatment is working. Once you've found a spirometry system from a trusted brand like NDD, you can get in contact with our equipment specialist to begin purchasing. Our team will assist you throughout the buying journey from order to delivery and answer any questions along the way.
This information from a spirometry machine is used to diagnose a range of respiratory conditions, such as:
It can also be used to monitor the progression of these conditions over time and to assess the effectiveness of treatment.
As a doctor, you know that spirometry is a valuable tool for diagnosing and monitoring lung diseases. However, you may also be aware that patients often have questions about the test. This section will provide you with some common questions that patients may ask, as well as answers to those questions. This will help you to prepare for these questions and provide your patients with the information they need.
Spirometry is a test that measures how well the lungs work. It is a non-invasive test that can be used to diagnose and monitor a variety of lung diseases, including asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and interstitial lung disease.
During a spirometry test, the patient breathes into a mouthpiece connected to a machine called a spirometer. The spirometer will measure the amount of air a patient can breathe in and out, as well as the speed of breath.
The results of a spirometry test can help doctors to determine the severity of lung disease and to track progress over time. Spirometry can also be used to diagnose asthma, COPD, and other lung diseases.
Spirometry is a safe and painless test that can provide valuable information about lung health. The benefits of spirometry include:
There are no significant risks associated with spirometry. However, some people may experience mild side effects, such as coughing or shortness of breath.
No, there is no pain or discomfort during spirometry. The test is non-invasive and does not involve any needles or other medical procedures. However, some patients may experience mild side effects, such as coughing or shortness of breath. These side effects are usually mild and go away on their own.
Spirometry can take up to 30 minutes. This is usually because the technician may need to repeat the test several times in order to get accurate results. However, in most cases, spirometry should only take about 10 minutes to complete.
Here are some factors that can affect the length of a spirometry test:
The results of a spirometry test are typically reported in a few different ways. The most common measurements are:
Other measurements that may be reported include:
The results of your spirometry test will be compared to normal values for people close to the patients age, gender, and height.