Traducción de spirometer en Español:


espirómetro, n.

Pronunciación /spaɪˈrɑmədər//spʌɪˈrɒmɪtə/


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    espirómetro masculino
    • Vital capacity was measured in liters of air by the spirometer.
    • During the test, you'll breathe into a spirometer, which measures the function of your lungs when you inhale and exhale.
    • The two most common tools to measure lung function are spirometers and peak flow meters.
    • Between 1964 and 1974, the spirometry was performed with the McKerrow spirometer (as described previously in detail).
    • After extubation, the nurse and respiratory therapist assist the patient with using an incentive spirometer and deep breathing and coughing every one to two hours while awake.
    • A new category of spirometers, office spirometers, should be available for use in the primary-care setting.
    • The mouthpiece of a peak flow meter or the mouth-piece and filter of a spirometer should be changed between uses on different patients.
    • Asthma specialists make several measurements with a spirometer, a computerized machine that takes detailed measurements of breathing ability.
    • Another form of exercise specific to your lungs is the incentive spirometer.
    • The long-term accuracy of a random sample of five of the study spirometers shall be measured by a third party using a waveform generator at the beginning and at the end of the 6-month study.
    • Depending on the age of the child, a peak flow meter or a machine called a spirometer may be used to check lung function (in babies and very small children this isn't possible).
    • Testing was allowed on a given spirometer only after the measured volume errors were less than 3%.
    • Commercially available spirometers include normative equations, and lung function is expressed as a percentage of the predicted normal down to 6 years of age.
    • Exercise your lungs using the incentive spirometer (device for deep breathing).
    • The volume breathed out in the first second of forceful blowing into a spirometer, measured in litres.
    • Simple, hand-held, accurate, and reliable spirometers are currently available for use in the primary-care physician's office and clinic, as well as in the workplace.
    • Additionally, respiratory therapy personnel taught Mr V how to use the incentive spirometer.
    • Assess respiratory function and encourage use of inspiratory spirometers.