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Heated Pneumotachs

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Low Flow Trans 50 ml/sec
Part #: TSD137B, TSD137C, TSD137D, TSD137E, TSD137F, TSD137G, TSD137H

TSD137 Series heated pneumotachs can perform a variety of pulmonary measurements relating to airflow, lung volume, and expired gas analysis. Each TSD137 pneumotach consists of an airflow pneumotach head (RX137 series head, flow options: 50 ml/sec-13 L/sec) coupled to a precision, highly-sensitive differential pressure transducer (TSD160A).

  • Pneumotachs will connect directly to a breathing circuit or plethysmogram chamber.
  • For airflow and lung volume measurements, connect a short airflow cannula to the TSD137B flow head.
  • For Mouth Pressure (MP) measurements, add TSD160A + tubing (add your own or cut included tubing)

MRI Usage: MR Conditional

Condition: Tested to 3T: Contains ferrous material – must be clamped down in the safe MRI operating area.

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