MIR: the brand for spirometry.
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world around us has changed a lot. Face masks have become part of our everyday life, and we have become increasingly aware of the importance of monitoring our health. The health of our lungs and general respiratory function has been an especially hot topic. MIR (Medical International Research) provides the means we need to monitor our well-being with innovative technology in spirometry, oximetry and mobile health.
MIR – Medical International Research manufactures innovative technology for healthcare professionals and their patients with lung diseases. Through a range of new, reliable and ready-to-use smartphone-compatible Smart devices, they enable comprehensive personal health monitoring.
What is Spirometry?
Spirometry is a simple test that evaluates the functionality of the lungs. For this test you use a small device called a spirometer (derived from 'spirare', which means ‘to breathe’). The test consists of inhaling as deeply as possible and then exhaling as forcefully as possible into the device. Spirometry helps to monitor the 3 vital bodily functions: breathing, circulation & consciousness.
What is Oximetry?
In oximetry, the oxygen level in the blood is measured by a saturation meter or oximeter. This device sends a light beam, precisely limited in wavelength, through the fingertip (where a pulsating vascular bed is located) and thus calculates the amount of oxyhemoglobin. Monitoring these parameters of our health has proven to be crucial during the COVID-19 pandemic and allows us to monitor vital signs.
MIR range at Henrotech
At Henrotech you will find an extensive range of MIR products. Below we listed some of the products for personal use:
BuyBack promotion until September!
Until September 30, 2021, MIR has a special buy-back promo for their larger units. When you hand in an old unit, you will receive a 20% discount on a new MIR unit. Want to know more about this promotion?
Do you have any questions about our MIR products or about spirometry and oximetry in general? Do not hesitate to contact us to get personal advice.