for respiratory analysis
Two functional modes:
doctor and patient
The New Spirodoc has been developed with great attention both to design and to technology, with a very wide scope to modify the operation of the device through the various "modes": advanced parameters for the specialist, a reduced parameter set for screening as well as a simplified version for Home Care operation.
FVC, VC, IVC, MVV, PRE-POST. Precise spirometry interpretation even post bronchodilator. All tests are automatically memorized. Automatic BTPS conversion. Memory capacity: 10.000 tests. Wide selection of predicted values.
Simple and clear SpO2 and HR measurements with a view of the plethysmographic curve.
From a single six-minute walk test, Spirodoc gives an estimate of the level of oxygen therapy required by the patient.
Innovative and essential in pneumology, cardiology and rehabilitation etc.
Spirodoc is the first "3D Oximeter®" to incorporate a three axis movement sensor to correlate the saturation level (%SpO2) to the physical activity (walk counter, movement analysis and VMU).
Fast on-screen symptoms entry.
Complete touch screen with settable questions and automatic answer recording for homecare patient use (eDiary).
WispiroPRO is the new software for maximum spirometry and oximetry performance, already in use worldwide.
With its extreme simplicity of use plus innovative user interface, winspiroPRO represents a new frontier for PC spirometry and oximetry.
Just one click is required to select and send spirometry results and graphs by email
Includes FVC, VC, MVV and brochial challenge testing plus a whole lot more.
Curves and tests in various formats including Word, Excel, Adobe Acrobat, HTML and text file
WinspiroPRO is compatible with windows XP, VISTA and Seven.
WinspiroPRO drivers have been certified by Microsoft.
Network Version available.
WinpiroPRO can easily be connected to a database, EPR, hospital or occupational health system.
Special edition with HL7 interface is available on request.
Simple, single-screen patient spirometry summary, with dynamic management of all data and graphs.
Smart data import facility from MIR spirometers, with automatic creation of patient cards plus a preview of the imported test curves.
New and intuitive hyperlinked spirometry curves.
Viewing and comparison of all spirometry curves and calculation of the measured delta values. Several hundred curves can be reviewed for each patient.
Bronchial challenge and bronchial dilator protocols, with one click operation.
Direct email of spirometry data and curves.
Suitable for clinical trials and telemedicine applications.
The spirometry incentive routine (MIR exclusive patent), allows the user to select the patient's favourite image in order to get maximum compliance.
The mermaid and her orchestra
The elephant and the goldfish
The evolution of the species
Tarzan in the jungle
A marathon with the tigers
An art gallery with surprises
All results can be quickly printed out.
All tests memorised are automatically downloaded into winspiroPRO and a patient data card is created automatically, with a preview of the spirometry curve.
The spirometry incentive routine, which MIR has patented, allows the user to select the patient''s favourite image in order to get his maximum compliance.
WinspiroPRO can easily be connected to a database or to an EPR, hospital or occupational health system.
This software also gives trend graphs of any parameter so is ideal for clinical trials and telemedicine.
For any patient, all tests and curves in memory can be reviewed on a single page and the results, including oximetry tests, can be compared.
All patient physical activity records as well as body position are shown on simple, single-screen patient cards, with dynamic management of all data and graphs including SpO2 measurements during the corresponding test (6MWT, Sleep, Stress Test…).
Once you have installed winSpiroPRO on your PC (with the appropriate CD or by downloading the software from the link provided by our commercial division), please click on "Register Now" which appears at the opening of the program and fill out the recording form. After confirmation, you will receive automatically the PAN code (Personal Access Number) to your email address.
MIR will keep you updated about the next software upgrading, MIR works in progress, latest products and special offers.
Your spirometer can be updated via WinspiroPRO (Tools /Upgrade Device Internal Software). Click this link
, select your device, download the file and upload it in your device.
Please contact MIR technical support:
According to the latest ATS COPD Guidelines, it is fundamental to be able to study the level of exercise during the rehabilitation phase for respiratory patients.
Simple, comfortable and non invasive.
Spirodoc carries out a sleep desaturation study and memorizes events as well as body position thanks to its triaxial movement sensors.
Spirodoc automatically measures physical activity as well as body position at the same time as it records desaturation events while standing or walking or sleeping.
Flow sensor: bi-directional digital turbine
Flow range ±16L/s
Volume accuracy: ±3% o 50mL, whichever is greater
Flow accuracy: ±5% o 200mL/s, whichever is greater
Dynamic resistance at 12L/s: <0.5cmH2O/L/s
Temperature sensor: semiconductor (0-45°C)
FVC, FEV1, FEV1/FVC%, FEV3, FEV3/FVC%, FEV6, FEV1/FEV6%, PEF, FEF25%, FEF50%, FEF75%, FEF25%-75%, FET, Estimated Lung Age, Extr. Vol., FIVC, FIV1, FIV1/FIVC%, PIF, VC, IVC, IC, ERV, FEV1/VC%, VT, VE, Rf, ti, te, ti/t-tot, VT/ti, MVV measured, MVV calculated
Display: LCD Backlit Touch screen Display
Resolution: 128x64 pixels
Power supply: Lithium ion 3.7V, 1100mA rechargeable battery
Data transmission: USB 2.0 On-The-Go and Bluetooth® 2.1
Accelerometer: Triaxial ± 2g, 400Hz sampling
Dimensions and weight: central unit 101x48x16mm, 99g
removable turbine head: 46x47x24mm, 17g
Battery charger (optional): 100VAC - 240VAC, 50Hz-60Hz
output 5VDC, 500mA, micro USB type B
SpO2 range: 0-99%
SpO2 accuracy: ±2% (70-99% SpO2)
Heart rate range: 30-254BPM
Heart rate accuracy: ±2BPM or 2%, whichever is greater
SpO2 [Baseline, Min, Max, Mean], Pulse rate [Baseline, Min, Max, Mean], T90% [SpO2<90%], T89% [SpO2<89%], T88% [SpO2<88%], T5% [ΔSpO2>5%], ΔIndex [12s], SpO2 Events, Pulse rate events [Bradycardia, Tachycardia], Step counter, Movement [VMU], Recording time, Analysis time
Body position, SpO2 Events, Desaturation index (ODI), Desaturation [Mean Value, Mean duration, Longest duration, Nadir Peak], ΔSpO2 [Min Drop, Max Drop], Total Pulse Variations, Pulse Rate Index, NOD89% [SpO2<89%; >5min], NOD4% [SpO2 Basale-4%; >5min], NOD90% [SpO2<90%; Nadir<86%; >5min]
O2-Gap, Estimated distance, Distance walked, Predicted distance [Min, Standard], TΔ2% [SpO2≥2%], TΔ4% [ΔSpO2≥4%], Time [Rest, Walking, Recovery], Desaturation Area/Distance Optional data entry: Borg Dyspnea [Baseline, End, Change], Borg Fatigue [Baseline, End, Change], Arterial blood pressure [Systolic, Diastolic], Oxygen administered