An incentive spirometer is a medical equipment that patients use to keep the lungs healthy following a surgical operation, explains MedlinePlus. It allows patients to learn how to take slow, deep breaths. More »

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To use an incentive spirometer, hold the device in an upright position, cover the mouthpiece with your lips, breathe in slowly, hold your breath and then exhale slowly, recommends Cleveland Clinic. Sit up on the edge of ... More »

To use an AirLife volumetric incentive spirometer, set the recommended volume level, hold it in an upright position and exhaling normally, seal the mouthpiece with your lips, states ActiveForever. Next, inhale deeply, tr... More »

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Using a volumetric exerciser, also known as a manual incentive spirometer, is as simple as taking slow, deep breaths through the device tube, according to WebMD. Typically, the quality of the breath is measured by an ind... More »

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To use an incentive spirometer, hold the device in an upright position, cover the mouthpiece with your lips, breathe in slowly, hold your breath and then exhale slowly, recommends Cleveland Clinic. Sit up on the edge of ... More »

To use an AirLife volumetric incentive spirometer, set the recommended volume level, hold it in an upright position and exhaling normally, seal the mouthpiece with your lips, states ActiveForever. Next, inhale deeply, tr... More »

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Wegner's granulomatosis is a condition in which there is inflammation of the veins and arteries of the nasal passages, lungs and kidneys, according to MedlinePlus. Because these blood vessels supply blood to these organs... More »

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