The flexible software package for FeNO tests with the ANALYZER CLD 88 or pulmonary function tests with the EXHALYZER D
The SPIROWARE® 3.x software is an easy to use and flexible tool for performing, analyzing and reporting comprehensive pulmonary diagnostics like the detection of exhaled nitic oxide (FeNO) or various washout tests in combination with the ECO MEDICS EXHALYZER D or ANALYZER CLD 88 sp instruments. SPIROWARE offers a simple yet efficient graphical user interface for performing the measurement, data evaluation and excellent documentation. The future oriented concept fulfils highest standards of functionality and the recommendations of the ATS/ERS for lung function testing.
|Computer Specifications||Intel Core i5 type processor or better
Compliant to the Council Directive 93/42 EEC concerning medical devices and the European Safety Standard EN 60601-1 (e.g. ViewMedic Clinico 222C3, Rein Medical GmbH, 47877 Willich, Germany)
Microsoft Windows 7 Prof or higher
.Net Framework 4.0 or higher
MS Visual C++ 2010
16 MB RAM
10 GB free space on hard disk
XGA-Graphics or better
USB 2.0 or higher
|Database||Microsoft SQL 2008 Compact or Express Single Computer or server installation|
|HIS Integration||HL 7 and GDT (optional)|
|Languages||English, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Italian, Spanish, Swedish|
ECO MEDICS reserves the right to change these specifications without notice.
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