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PulmOne will now be offering the NIOX VERO® fractional exhaled nitric oxide (FeNO) airway inflammation measurement system as an add-on to the MiniBox+. The combined system will be offered to both companies' current users as well as to new customers. See Press Release....

PulmOne has just launched sales to the Japanese market, under the leadership of Yan Zlicha and Koshi Tokuda. Based in Tokyo, Mr. Zlicha has successfully introduced a number of Israeli medical technologies to the Japanese market, including both imaging and diagnostic devices. Mr. Tokuda has...

Surprisingly, many Pulmonary Function Testing (PFT) devices still use technologies created 20, 30, and even 40 years ago. Just three years ago, PulmOne introduced the MiniBox+, a new PFT machine that's both innovative and budget-conscious. Since then, this new PFT device manufacturer is making waves among...

We welcome Harold Smeets on board to lead our sales and marketing operations in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Harold brings with him over 30 years’ experience in the field of cardiorespiratory diagnostics, including a number of senior leadership roles in international sales, upstream...

PulmOne is participating as an exhibitor at three major industry meetings between October and December this year.  We will be conducting live demo’s of the MiniBox at our booth at CHEST 2018 in San Antonio, ACAAI 2018 in Seattle, and AARC 2018 in Las Vegas. ...

Scott Yokobosky joins the PulmOne team with 20 years' successful experience in several sales leadership positions in both pharmaceutical and medical device companies. We welcome him aboard as he leads our national sales team in North America....

[caption id="attachment_19340" align="alignright" width="272"] Figure A: Flow Volume Loop[/caption] Measurement of the rate of lung volume changes during forced breathing is Forced Vital Capacity (FVC). Typically referred to as Spirometry, FVC is the most commonly performed pulmonary function test. While it is highly sensitive to the...

Measurement of Spirometry, Lung Volumes, and Diffusion typically require a 1-hour testing block. This allows for 6-8 complete pulmonary function tests in a given day, with much of the hour used for explaining the measurements to the patient, required wait-time between efforts, or allowing the...

Easier for the patient Today's technology allows for an improved patient experience. Traditional pulmonary function testing methods, like gas dilution and body plethysmography, require patient cooperation and extensive technologist knowledge. PulmOne’s MiniBox+ PFT device has innovated Lung Volume Measurements with a unique interruption method requiring only tidal breathing...