Portable peak flow meter
‘Gold Standard’ for asthma management, enables objective measurement of airway constriction, suggesting actions necessary for asthma management. Individually calibrated for absolute accuracy.
Electronic peak flow meter
The eMini-Wright is for single patient serial peak flow measurement and data storage. On screen zoning systems supports asthma management plan; stores 240 readings.
For lower peak flow monitoring requirements
The AFS Low Range peak flow meter provides the same level of accuracy and consistency to those patients with lower peak flow monitoring requirements.
Pocket sized peak flow meter
A pocket sized peak flow meter, with a handle for easy use. Airzone features a special zoning system, which allows safe and accurate self-management.
If you're looking for quality, you're looking for a Mini-Wright!
Clement Clarke's flagship range of peak flow meters are first choice for healthcare professionals when it comes to the measurement of peak expiratory flow. The Mini-Wright brand is recognised worldwide as the 'Gold Standard' in asthma management. Each Mini-Wright device is individually hand calibrated, to ensure maximum accuracy.
Peak flow meters allow patients to monitor their asthma; Peak Expiratory Flow (PEF) is a measurement of how fast a patient can blow out. When a patient is well their PEF is higher, when the airways are narrow (as in asthma) PEF is lower.
Peak Expiratory Flow
Predictive Normal Values have been calculated for women and men of different ages and heights, and have been adapted (with agreement from the original Authors) for use with the new EU Scale / ISO23747 peak flow meters.As a general rule, if your average reading is frequently one-third or more below your best it may mean that your asthma is not controlled.
If you ever have difficulty breathing or cannot obtain relief with a reliever inhaler, you should seek emergency help.
The Mini-Wright was introduced in the 1970’s to enable the benefits of peak flow monitoring to be accessed in doctor’s surgeries and at patient’s homes, all around the world.
It marked an important advance in asthma management because it enabled objective measurement of airway constriction and appropriate actions to be taken as a function of that constriction.
The eMini-Wright reports if a peak flow effort is not of a reproducible group of readings. There are two units available; the eMini-Wright unit, for screen review only and the eMini-Wright Download, which allows the data to be retrieved and downloaded to a PC.
Mini-Wright AFS Low Range
The Mini-Wright AFS was introduced in 1997 as an improved re-design of the previous low range meter. The improvement delivered greater accuracy and consistency, by incorporating an aerofoil in the mouthpiece.
The meter is also equipped with an internal one way valve for additional hygiene. To help younger patients develop correct technique a Windmill Trainer is available.
The AirZone was introduced in 1997 to enable individual patients to monitor their peak flow in relation to specific values for their personal asthma management plan. The coloured zone markers enable ranges to be indicated to help the patient to recognise when actions need to be taken.