The novel coronavirus (CoVID-19) is spreading throughout many countries. It is known to affect the pulmonary parenchyma, thus, creating a restrictive pulmonary pattern.
Spirometry is a great way to check the patient’s airways and evaluate the progression and risk of parenchymal diseases.
SpiroScout is the spirometer that provides safety and precision when physicians evaluate pulmonary function.
Spirometry tests and coronavirus
Coronavirus causes respiratory diseases affecting pulmonary function. There are many types of human coronaviruses; some can cause mild to severe upper-respiratory tract illnesses in those infected.
COVID-19 is now a new type of coronavirus, and it can develop respiratory complications in certain conditions.
Primary care physicians needs to be prepared to do an accurate evaluation of the lung’s health to provide an adequate follow-up to those that have recovered.
SpiroScout will help physicians with correct and full evaluation of the patient’s airways. Your patients, your team, and your safety is a priority.
Get an accurate spirometer that will allow you to keep evaluating your patient's lung health. Be prepared, be safe, be ready with SpiroScout.
The right brand and medical equipment can make a difference
Only the right spirometer will help physicians with full evaluation of the patient’s airways.
Spirometry CPT codes
Code 94010. $36.00
Spirometry, including graphic record, total and timed vital capacity, expiratory flow rate measurement(s), with or without maximal voluntary ventilation.**
Code 94060. $62.00
Bronchodilation responsiveness, pre-and post-bronchodilator administration.
Code 94150. $26.00
Vital capacity, total (separate procedure).
Code 94200. $26.00
Maximum breathing capacity, maximal voluntary ventilation.
Code 94375. $40.00
Respiratory flow volume loop.
** CPT Code 94010 is the most commonly used in the market.
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