Respirometer is a device that is used to measure a person's rate of consumption of oxygen, and also measure the air capacity of the lungs.
Respirometer helps to exercise the lungs. which contains the air sacs (alveoli), where oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged and inflated.
Hold your breath for 3 to 5 seconds. Then slowly exhale. Take 10 to 15 breaths with your respirometer every 1 to 2 hours, or as often as instructed by the physician.
As directed by the physician.
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