The In-Check Dial has been revised, now grouping inhalers as a function of their internal airflow resistance, in order to accommodate information on the new devices. There are six resistance groups, five of which relate to dry powder inhalers (DPIs) and one of which to pressurised metered dose inhalers (pMDIs). A guide to identify the resistance group for each inhaler is provided on the In-Check DIAL and on the associated guide. The ability to use In-Check Dial to assess specific flow rate of a particular inhaler can still be achieved through the use of a specific restrictive adapter.
In-Check Dial G16 enables the healthcare professional to coach their patients on how to use their inhaler correctly.
- Groups inhalers as a function of their internal airflow resistance, in order to accommodate new inhaler devices
- To coach DPI or pMDI inhaler technique
- Individually calibrated for accuracy
- Easy to clean, by simple washing
- Patients learn to inhale at the correct flow rate
- Inhaler training can be conducted quickly
- Low-cost, simple yet effective method of inhaler technique training
For cross infection control, use with Respiratory Flow Device Mouthpieces
Technical specifications – In-Check DialG16
Dimensions 174 x 58mm – w/o mouthpiece, 213 x 58 – with mouthpiece
Measurement Range 15 – 120 L/min
Accuracy ±10% or 10 L/min
Repeatability 5 L/min