AME Spirometer -Test Your Lungs - Know Your Numbers

Spirometry is the most common of the pulmonary function tests. It is an important tool used for generating pneumotachographs, which are helpful in assessing conditions such as asthma, pulmonary fibrosis, cystic fibrosis, and COPD.

The AME Spirometer is used increasingly by healthy sports people and ocean divers to determine lung function.

Air flow and volume are indicators of lung health and these noninvasive tests can be done in the physician's office or mobile clinic. Blowing forcefully into the AME spirometer provides a quick and easy measure of all vital numbers required to determine lung funtion.

With its easy to use software, the AME Spirometer operator can be testing patients in no time. The tests can then be emailed or faxed  to colleagues for futher assessement and discussion. Used extensively around the world!

The AME Spirometer uses state of the art technology combined with ease of use to make it a powerful and effective tool in lung testing.

Advanced feature-rich easy to use software

Incentive graphics for children
The patient must blow out the candles as incentive.

Easy and simple to use
Graphical user interface and settings.

Unique and fast database
Share tests with other AME software users.

Easily email test results as JPEG picture!

Frequent software updates and backup

Trending of patient results

Monitor a patient's response to medication.


Advanced SPIRO-WRIGHT Engine - Accurate and Robust!

No Batteries Required - Uses USB Port power
Tests performed FVC Screening, FVC Pre/Post bronchodilator, SVC, MVV
Measuring range 16 L/s
Transducer type Differential pressure gauge with custom engineered laminar element
Precision Complies with ATS/ERS 2005, Correctly measures all 26 ATS waveforms
Accuracy ATS standard, ISO 23747, Complies with SANS451, FDA (501K)
Air resistance <0.5 cmH20.L/s
Resolution 12 Bit @ Sample rate: 330Hz
Power supply USB - No Batteries Required!
Dimensions 14 x 15 x 0,45 cm
Weight 200 g (lightweight and portable unlike other heavy spirometers which weigh over 1.6 KG! )
Classification DIN EN 60601-1, Protection class I, Type BF, Group IIa
Measures all standard parameters FVC, Fivc, Fev1, Fev1% ,Fev3, Fev6, Fef25 ,Fef50, Fef75 ,Fef25-75, Fef75-85, Fif50, Pefr, Pifr, FEV1/Fev6
Predicted equations ECCS, NHANNES III, ERS93, Knudson, HSU, Crap, Morris, Polgar71, Polgar91, ERS93012, ECCS-12, Rosenthal, ECCS-10, Sans451
Calibration: 3 litre calibration syringe
Spirometer Specifications
Important Parameters measured

Forced Vital Capacity [FVC]
Forced Vital Capacity (FVC) is the volume of air that can forcibly be blown out after full inspiration, measured in litres.

Forced Expiratory Volume in 1 Second [FEV1]
The maximum volume of air that can forcibly blow out in the first second during the FVC manoeuvre.

FEV1/FVC ratio [FEV1%]
The ratio of FEV1 to FVC.

Forced Expiratory Flow 25-75% or 25-50%

Peak Expiratory Flow [PEF]
The maximal flow (or speed) achieved during the maximally forced expiration initiated at full inspiration, measured in litres per minute.

Tidal volume [TV]
The specific volume of air drawn into, and then expired out of, the lungs during normal tidal breathing.

Other parameters measured by the AME SPIROMETER are
FIVC, FEV3, FEV6, FEF25, FEF50, FEF75, FEF25-75, FEF75-85, FIF50

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New Spirometer EVOLVE with 3D TILT Sensing

Forward & Back Tilt Sensing

Left & Right Tilt Sensing

Used for quality control where patients lean too far forward or backwards during the testing procedure.

The world's first spirometer with 3D TILT sensing!