The 3-ball spirometer is a device designed to improve the functioning of the lungs. It enhances the bloody supply to the respiratory system by normalising the concentration of carbon dioxide in the blood whilst strengthening the muscular system of the chest.
The 3-ball spirometer is used for therapeutic and prophylactic purposes.
When inhaling through the mouthpiece and flexible tube, the balls will float within the see-through chambers.
- Wide inspiratory flow rate range from 800 – 1200cc/sec to suit the widest range of patients
- Lightweight for ease of handling
- Sturdy wide base for stability during storage or use
- Minimum flow imprinted on each chamber
- Compact design & break-resistant plastic
- Removable inspiratory limb for cleaning convenience
- Minimally resistant flow tubing for ease of use
- Anatomically designed mouthpiece for ease of use and patient comfort
- Convenient mouthpiece clip for ease of storage
- Colourful presentation for ease of visualisation
- Graduated 3 ball design to encourage patient compliance and participation
- Material: AS for chamber, PE for ball and mouthpiece, and EVA for tubing
How to use:
- Hold the unit in an upright position.
- Exhale normally and then place your lips tightly around the mouthpiece at the end of the tubing.
- Low flow rate – Inhale at a rate to raise only the ball in the first chamber. The second chamber ball must remain in place. This position should be held for three seconds or as long as possible whichever comes first.
- High flow rate-Inhale at a rate to raise the first and second chamber balls. Ensure that the third chamber ball remains in the rest position for the duration of this exercise.
- Exhale-Take out the mouthpiece and exhale normally. relax(Repeat)-Following each prolonged deep breath, take a moment to rest and breathe normally. This exercise can be repeated according to physician’s instructions.