Questions about the Minibox+ and PFT.
ATS guidelines recommend that any time spirometry is conducted, complete PFT is appropriate in order to obtain a differential diagnosis Lung Volume measurement is the only method for diagnosing mixed Restriction and Obstruction.
ATS/ERS recommends complete PFT every time PFT is indicated, as many times a year as necessary per diagnosis.
All MiniBox+ test results are automatically generated. No need for calculations or interpretation.
Yes there’s a “Notes” section in the patient report where you can add your own comments.
Yes, and we will customize as you request.
The system is self-calibrating, so manual calibration is not needed. Verification can be done whenever you like. ATS/ERS guidelines are: Spirometry daily, DLCO weekly.
The MiniBox+ only needs an external wipedown. We recommend using Oxivir or other disinfectant wipes. Internal sanitization is not required, since filter protection is 99.9%.
It varies in different locations. Please check your local regulations.
No, all software updates are free.
In a groundbreaking, multi-center study published in CHEST, lung volumes measured with the MiniBox+™ were shown to be equivalent to body plethysmography (“body box”) in both healthy participants as well as those with lung disease. MiniBox+ lung volumes were more reproducible and correlated better with body plethysmography than the other leading office-based techniques. Learn more…
PulmOne was founded in 2006 and MiniBox sales started in the USA in 2015.
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