Monoghan TruZone Peak Flow Meter makes it easy to monitor peak expiratory flow rates in the comfort of your own home. Works for children and adults. Take the guesswork out of managing asthma. The TruZone meter’s logarithmic scale allows it to be used in low-flowrate conditions (pediatrics) or for standard flowrates.
Peak flow readings track these changes in your lung function, and may even help identify triggers aggravating your condition.
- Monaghan TruZone Peak Flow Meter measures peak flows from 60 lpm to 800 lpm at fastest speed at which air is forced out of your lungs after taking a deep breath
- Helps detect changes in airways that could signal a worsening of symptoms or an improvement in breathing for people with respiratory conditions such as asthma or emphysema
- Comes with our ColorZone tape system that helps to make asthma management easy, identifying zones without calculations
- No cumbersome calculations, just apply the unique ColorZone tape and zones are instantly and accurately established
- ColorZone tape also allows the use of an additional fourth zone to help better manage your asthma patients
- Internal indicator and fixed ColorZone tape deliver tamper proof peak expiratory flow readings and reliable zone settings
- Clear chamber design (actual size) assures users of cleanliness
- One size fits all
- Weight: 33.1gm
- 1 TruZone Peak Flow Meter
- 1 TruZone Meter Instruction Booklet
- 1 Sheet Colorzone Tapes
Directions for using TruZone Peak Flow Meter:
– Gently Shake the TruZone peak flow meter (PFM) vertically, until the yellow indicator has been reset, resting within the diamond near the mouthpiece
– Take as deep a breath as possible
– Put the TruZone PFM mouthpiece into your mouth, and seal your lips
– Repeat steps 2 through 4 as many times as instructed by your physician or health care professional
– Look at the number on the scale beside the yellow indicator
– Record this number in the space provided in your TruZone PFM daily record
- The Daily record included is sized to match to the numbers on the TruZone PFM. Once you take a reading all you have to do is lay the TruZone PFM next to the daily record and mark your result.