Category Archives: Helium Dilution FRC

Spirometer, Pulmotest/ Pulmoanalysor, Instrumentation Associates, 1968

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Although this looks like a Godart system, it was sold by Instrumentation Associates and Godart was not a listed brand for them.  Found in “Diseases of the Chest”, published by American College of Physicians and Laennec Society of Philadelphia. Council on Post-Graduate Medical Education, World Bank Publications, 1968, page v.

Spirometer, Godart Expirograph, 1975

Spirometer_Godart_Expirograph_1975

Described as  43 x 36 x 84 cm. (with guard).  Gray metal box, which is mounted stirrup with two plastic discs which are connected to the apparatus itself and a type of ticket. Belongs to the unit also has two lines with the valve and nozzle, as well as a graphic records.  Used for spirometry and helium dilution lung volume testing.  From the Steno Museets Samlinger (A museum in Denmark) website, item #156635.

Spirometer, Godart Expirograph 1975

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Described as  43 x 36 x 84 cm. (with guard).  Gray metal box, which is mounted stirrup with two plastic discs which are connected to the apparatus itself and a type of ticket. Belongs to the unit also has two lines with the valve and nozzle, as well as a graphic records.  Used for spirometry and helium dilution lung volume testing.  From the Steno Museets Samlinger (A museum in Denmark) website, item #156635.