The Triflo II Inspiratory Exerciser, by Teleflex Medical, is a training device to strengthen breathing muscles. Breathing fitness is especially important for individuals who have lung conditions such as COPD and asthma. It's also used by patients who have undergone abdominal or chest surgery and therefore require post-operative physiotherapy to get their oxygen level up.
The Triflo II does not use medication. The patient breathes through the mouthpiece that's connected to a unit with three chambers containing three color-coded balls. As the patient takes deep breaths to strengthen these muscles it pushes the air through the mouthpiece to lift the color-coded balls that measure the airflow rate of 600 to 1200 cc per second. When all three balls reach the top it means that the patient has reached 1200 cc. The minimum flow is imprinted on the outside of each chamber. The colored balls provides a visual indication of how their breathing muscles are working to incentivize progress through slow sustained maximal inspiration.
Its compact design makes it easy to hold and is preferably done when patient is at rest either lying down or sitting up. The durable break-resistant plastic holds up well and is latex-free.
Features and Benefits:
- Promotes Deep Breathing
- User-Friendly- Easy to Perform
- Color-Coded Balls Provide Visual Cues
- Easy Way to Score Airflow Rate
- Color-Coded Balls Incentivize Deep Breaths
- Exercised Decrease Post-Operative Respiratory Complications
- Drug-Free Respiratory Therapy
- Manufacturer: Teleflex Medical
- Brand: Triflo II
- Item Number: 8884717301
- Quantity: Each, Case of 12
- Material: Plastic
- Latex Free: Yes
- Flow Range: 600 - 1200 cc per Second
- User: Adult
- UNSPSC Code: 42272223
- Application: Incentive Spirometer Breathing Training
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Manufacturer Teleflex Medical
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- Easy to use, small in size
- The only suggestion would be that a storage pouch be included