What customers say
Easy to use
Easy to integrate with journal system
-Spirare EKG is easy to use. It starts quickly, and one doesn't need deep
knowledge in order to do recordings. Of course it requires knowledge to
interpret ECGs, but we often feel that the automatic interpretations the program
offers are good and in coherence with what we think. If we think the patient has
fibrillation the interpretation often suggets the same. The signals are nice and
clean without much disturbance. Even if the patient moves a little the signals
are good. The best about Spirare is however the excellent support. The support
surpasses what I have experienced from other companies.
Lawrence Rajakumar, GP
-The main advantage with 24h blood pressure tests is that it provides a much more representative overview of the blood pressure. Among the single measurements we do at the office we see a lot of "tension blood pressure".
Many of those patients are singled out when you do a 24h test. We have two Spirare 24 hour blood pressure devices that are out continuously now and we
are starting to get quite a bit of experience with this. Finally, the new cuff model
in plastic is easier to clean, but we miss a conic shape on the large cuff, so it will
fit better on large men. Bertil Johnsen, Nurse
-Spirare is easy to use, with clear and understandable screens. Fit for use even on smaller children.
Ingegärd Holmström, Asthma and COPD nurse.
-Clear spirometry curves -easy for the patient. Straight forward and pedagogic.
I like the different colors on the curves. You see the result right away.
Irene Engqvist, Asthma and COPD nurse
-Easy to work with
Monica Badel, Asthma and COPD nurse
-Positive: Ultrasonic sensor, does not need recalibration. Can be expanded with
24-hour blood pressure. I often use the spirometry trend curve.
Negative: The quality control may be difficult to use.
Ann Charlott Hessbo, Asthma and COPD nurse
About Spirare spirometry, ECG and 24 hour blood pressure in one system
Easy to use
Well integrated with our journal system
Functions very well
Per Pedersen, GP