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Open-source, low-cost, web-guided spirometer

Design Award

  • Tong Biomedical Design Award Research and Development Award - Follow-On Funding

Project Overview

Spirometers are used to diagnose many pulmonary diseases including chronic respiratory diseases that affect approximately 300 million people. Many of these people do not have access to a spirometer because current models are expensive and operation requires the presence of a trained technician. The purpose of this project is to develop a low-cost spirometer usable without the aid of a trained technician. The project includes the physical design of the spirometer, software development, and designing a universal interface.


Contact Information

Team Members

  • Jeremy Glynn - Team Leader
  • Jeremy Schaefer - Communicator
  • Andrew Bremer - BSAC
  • Andrew Dias - BWIG

Advisor and Client

  • Mitchell Tyler - Advisor
  • David Van Sickle - Client

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