Godart

Godart was a European Manufacturer of Pulmonary Function Equipment from the 1950’s to around 2000.

Godart_Expirograph_Advertisement_1958_June_Thorax

Godart Expirograph, 1958.  From the advertising section of Thorax, June 1958, page III.


Spirometer_Godart_Expirograph_model_2560_1962

Godart Expirograph, model 2560, 1962.  Found on the Steno Museum Collections website.


Pneumotachograph_Godart_1962

Godart Pneumotachograph, 1962.  An amplifier and integrator for a Fleisch pneumotach.  From “Pneumotachography” by W.M. Pols, Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica, 1962, page 178.


spirometer_godart_pulmotest_1963

Godart Pulmotest, 1963.  From a doctoral thesis, “Acute effects of inhalation of cigarette smoke on pulmonary mechanics” by John M. Miller, University of Edinburgh, Edmonton, Canada, 1963.  Page 17


 

 

Godart_Pulmotest_1967

Godart Pulmotest, 1967.  From Medical Electronic Laboratory Equipment 1967-68: Pergamon Electronics Data Series by G. W. A. Dummer, J. Mackenzie Robertson, published by Elsevier, page 578.


 

Godart_Diffusiontest_1967

Godart Diffusiontest, 1967.  From Medical Electronic Laboratory Equipment 1967-68: Pergamon Electronics Data Series by G. W. A. Dummer, J. Mackenzie Robertson, published by Elsevier, page 581.


Godart_Pulmonet_1967

Godart Pulmonet, 1967.  From Medical Electronic Laboratory Equipment 1967-68: Pergamon Electronics Data Series by G. W. A. Dummer, J. Mackenzie Robertson, published by Elsevier, page 578.


 

Godart_Pulmometer_1967

Godart Pulmometer, 1967.  From Medical Electronic Laboratory Equipment 1967-68: Pergamon Electronics Data Series by G. W. A. Dummer, J. Mackenzie Robertson, published by Elsevier, page 579.


 

Godart_Expirograph_1967

Godart Expirograph, 1967.  From Medical Electronic Laboratory Equipment 1967-68: Pergamon Electronics Data Series by G. W. A. Dummer, J. Mackenzie Robertson, published by Elsevier, page 579.


Godart_Expirograph

Godart Expirograph, 1970’s.  Image from Mr. Kevin Hogben International Sales and Product Specialist Manager for Medisoft


 

Godart_Pulmotest_1974

Godart Pulmotest, 1974.  From an article describing the Respiratory Therapy Department at St. Mary Medical Center, Walla Walla, Washington in Reflex, Vol 08, No 04, June, 1974.  The technician performing the test was unnamed.


Spirometer_Godart_Pulmotest_1974_Helium_Dilution_FRC

Godart Pulmotest, 1974.  Helium dilution lung volume measurements.  From: Survey of Current Cardiovascular and Respiratory Examination Methods in Medical Selection and Control of Aircrew by A. Scano, NATO Agardograph No. 196, published December 1974, page 50.


Godart_Pulmotest_Helium_Dilution_FRC_1974

Godart Pulmotest, 1974.  Helium dilution lung volume measurements.  From: Survey of Current Cardiovascular and Respiratory Examination Methods in Medical Selection and Control of Aircrew by A. Scano, NATO Agardograph No. 196, published December 1974, page 47.


Spirometer_Godart_Pulmotest_1974_n2

Godart Pulmotest, 1974.  From: Survey of Current Cardiovascular and Respiratory Examination Methods in Medical Selection and Control of Aircrew by A. Scano, NATO Agardograph No. 196, published December 1974, page 46.


Spirometry_1974_Godart_Pulmotest

Godart Pulmotest, 1974.  Spirometry.  From: Survey of Current Cardiovascular and Respiratory Examination Methods in Medical Selection and Control of Aircrew by A. Scano, NATO Agardograph No. 196, published December 1974, page 20.

 

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The diverse, quirky and mostly forgotten history of Pulmonary Function testing