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Respiratory

The primary function of breathing is to obtain oxygen for use by the body’s cells and eliminate carbon dioxide that the cells produce. When we talk about respiratory research, we are referring to the airways leading into and out of the lungs (nasal and oral cavities, pharynx, trachea) and the lungs themselves (primary bronchi - right and left, bronchioles and alveoli, the sites of gaseous exchange). 

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Respiratory with ADInstruments

ADInstruments offers a diverse range of solutions for accurate and sensitive respiratory measurements to complement your human research applications. 

With the ability to integrate data streams from spirometry, pulse oximetry, respiratory belts and gas analysis with other physiological signals such as NIBP, wireless ECG, temperature and more, our systems can evolve as your experiments do - ensuring quality results wherever your research takes you. 

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