Supporting Clinical Trials, Meta Analysis, and Articles Supporting The Breather In COPD, Cardiac, Back, and Mortality
CLINICAL TRIALS OR CASE STUDIES PUBLISHED IN 2019 USING THE BREATHER 5 very timely posts where you can find most all you'll need to cite. Includes COPD, CV, Mortality... https://www.pnmedical.com/category/clinical-trials/breather/ CLINICALS AND ...
How does the Breather differ from a PEP (Positive Expiratory Pressure) or OPEP (Oscilating PEP) device?
PEP or OPEP devices provide improved mucus clearance and airway defense. However, they have little or no long-term effect on respiratory muscle strength. The respiratory muscle strength provided by the Breather improves immediate and long-term cough ...
How to clean?
The Breather should be regularly cleaned with mild, warm soapy water to prevent build-up of saliva during training. Rinse your Breather well; shake off excess water and air dry on a clean paper towel. If it is completely dry, it can be stored in a ...
What is the Breather Protocol?
Please have a look at our website for specific use case protocols. Our standard training protocol recommends 2 to 3 sets of 10 breaths twice a day at around 70% of maximum effort. However, clinical judgement should be used to tailor the protocol to ...
What is the warranty?
The Breather, Breather Voice, and Breather Fit are covered by a warranty against manufacturing defects for one year from the date of purchase. Please note the warranty applies only to products that were purchased from PN Medical or a PN ...