Advanced infection protection for patients & medical staff
The EasyOne Filter solutions provide additional protection for those who may wish to include a filter when performing spirometry with ndd lung function testing products.
ndd’s advanced lung function testing products were originally designed for effortless infection control. ndd breathing mouthpieces (Spirette and FlowTube) are designed to prioritize hygiene and the safe reuse of ndd devices by avoiding cross-contamination among patients. There are no fragile sensor parts to be cleaned, and testing elements that are exposed to the patient's breath are single-patient use and exchangeable.
EasyOne Filter design allows for lung function testing accuracy and infection control
The EasyOne Filters were designed (carefully and rigorously) to ensure test accuracy while still offering advanced protection from infection.
Tested at Nelson Labs (US)
- Bacterial Filtration Efficiency (BFE): 99.99%
- Viral Filtration Efficiency (VFE): 99.99%
Waveform test (pictured)
• Passes ISO waveform testing required by ATS/ERS
The unique EasyOne Filter with its innovative diffusor guarantees highly accurate measurements while ensuring high filter efficiency, low flow resistance, and minimal dead space volume.
ndd lung function testing products
Take advantage of ndd’s advanced lung function testing products today to get both the accurate lung test results and enhanced infection control that your health care team needs to support your patients. By deploying ndd lung function testing products at your point of care location, you not only provide greater test access for a broader number of patients, but you also help reduce the risk of cross-infection that may result from patients visiting centralized lung function testing labs.
Additional COVID-19 infection control recommendations
We understand that cleaning and disinfecting your pulmonary function testing devices are a top priority. Specific device cleaning protocols can be found in each of our product manuals here.
We also recommend that all health care providers continue following best practices for infection control. Please refer to local standards and protocols required by your specific state, country, or region.
Further infection control guidelines can be found here:
- AAAAI Statement on spirometry during COVID-19
- ACOEM - Routine Occupational Spirometry Testing During COVID-19 Pandemic
- ALA and Coronavirus
- ARTP Guidance - Respiratory Function Testing During COVID-19
- ATS - PFT Testing During COVID-19
- CDC and Coronavirus
- COPD Foundation and Coronavirus
- ERS - PFT Testing During COVID-19
- PFF Guidance on COVID-19
- The Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand (TSANZ)
- Spanish Society of Pneumology and Thoracic Surgery (SEPAR)