Deep breathing therapy is simplified with AirLife volumetric incentive spirometer. Their intuitive design prompts Patients to correctly perform and monitor their own breathing exercises, even without direct supervision.
An excellent tool supporting respiratory therapy: it extends the time of exhalation, strengthens the strength of the diaphragm, develops the lungs. Narrow mouthpieces require the skill of protrusion and lip rounding.
It helps to accumulate the air in the mouth and allows the patients to understand and be aware of the airflow routing, which is particularly helpful during speech therapy with children with cleft palates.