Voldyne 5000 Volumetric Exercise

SKU# N-HUD8884719009

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  • Compact spirometer with built-in handle and graduations for easy use
  • Large volume measurement up to 5000mL inspired air
  • Good - Better - Best: flow-window lets you watch your improvement
  • Advanced, low work-of-breathing filter design

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Voldyne 5000 Volumetric Exercise

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$14.95

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This Voldyne spirometer/exerciser has a large volume measurement (up to 5000 ml inspired air) and advanced low-work-of-breathing filter. The low-work filter gives you a more accurate measurement of your volume flow since less breath is required to push through the filter. This spirometer/exerciser also features a compact, ergonomic design with built-in handle. Graduations on both sides of the unit plus the good/better/best flow window let you visualize your daily improvement. This is meant only for single-patient use.

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Name Voldyne 5000 Volumetric Exercise
SKU N-HUD8884719009
Weight (Shipping) 2.0000
Return Restocking Fee 15%: 30-60 days from date of purchase; FREE within 30 days
Manufacturer Teleflex-Hudson RCI
Manufacturer Item Code HUD8884719009
Product Weight 1 lbs.
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  • From Jeanne
    • No insturctions came with Voldyne from hospital. What is the indicator goal range for females/males, etc.? Thanks
    • The measurements are not gender specific but rather patient specific. Over a period of time, you want to record what your measurements are so you can notice and changes or variations. With proper treatment, measurements should go up from your hospital measurements. If you notice readings lower than usual, you may want to consult your health care provider.
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