The Mini-Wright AFS™ Low Range Peak Flow Meter looks to help those who cannot obtain a high PEF (peak expiratory flow). The Mini-Wright measures the peak speed at which you expel air from your lungs (PEF), and is an essential tool in quantifying how well your airways are working.
The lower the PEF, the more narrow the airways (as in asthma). The Low Range Mini-Wright uses AFS technology to assure readings are compatible with those given by the Standard Range Mini-Wright, so patients can switch between the two without sacrificing valuable data.
Because asthma conditions can sometimes change slowly, daily use of the Mini-Wright helps you monitor your asthma condition by detecting changes, however slight, often before symptoms can be felt. Mini-Wright peak flow meters are valued for their precision, portability and consistent performance, making Mini-Wright the #1 recommended choice by healthcare professionals worldwide for their patients.
- Box contains one (1) Mini-Wright AFS Peak Flow Meter – Low Range (30-400 L/min), complete with detachable, reusable mouthpiece, instructions, and patient diary.
- Also available in a Standard ¹ Range model (60-880 L/min) for those who can attain a higher PEF (sold separately).
- Provides accurate peak expiratory flow (PEF) measurements as part of your daily asthma management routine
- Measures PEF (ATS scale) between 30-400 L/min (liters per minute)
- Designed for those who cannot achieve a high PEF reading
- AFS™ technology assures readings are comparable to those from the Standard Range model
- Built-in one-way valve prevents inhaling through the device, and allows for multi-patient use ² with disposable mouthpieces
- Easy-to-read scale (white text on blue background) displays in increments of 10 L/min
- Each device individually calibrated for absolute accuracy
- Portable, lightweight, easy to clean, and latex free
- Suitable for use in the home or clinic
- Recommended for small children and those with lower PEF rates
- Replace every 3 years, with regular use (more often for multi-patient use)