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  • n. Plural form of spirometer.

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Examples

  • Its spirometers and other kindred agencies leave nothing to be desired.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 10, No. 58, August, 1862

  • They had twirled all the arrows, bought all the jewelry, inspected all the colored eggs, blown at all the spirometers, and tasted all the egg-pop which the festal day re - quired.

    Oldport Days

  • They had twirled all the arrows, bought all the jewelry, inspected all the colored eggs, blown at all the spirometers, and tasted all the egg-pop which the festal day required.

    Oldport Days

  • For this reason, cardiopulmonary physiological responses to air and water contaminants will be monitored by using portable electrocardiograms (ECG) units and spirometers acquired by the department.

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  • Students involved in this research will be trained for handling ECG and spirometers and basic interpretation skills, as well as GIS training.

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  • While the spirometers are likely to be of immediate benefit in the developing world, the GPS mapping may also someday help attack the spread of asthma.

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  • Van Sickle, who has studied the increase of asthma in India, said commercially available spirometers are too expensive for most clinics there.

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  • Products available include ECGs, audiometers, patient monitors, spirometers and ultrasounds which range from basic models needed in less demanding practices to models needed [for the] high demands of Intensive care facilities "

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