KoKo Respirometers

No respiratory volume measurement instrument is more recognized around the world. Every KoKo respirometer features push-button on/off, reset, and an easy-to-read dial. Plus, they come standard with two circuit adapters and a safety harness in a fully padded carrying/storage case. An optional protective cover kit is available for added protection from inadvertent impacts while in use.

Which KoKo Respirometer is Right for You?

Wright Mark 8

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General purpose - full scale meaurement

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For minute volume measurement with facility for measuring tidal volume

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Small inner dial records 0-1 liter

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Large outer dial records 0-100 liters

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Dial layout: separate small fractional liter and large full liter dials offset

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Connections: 22mm male BS/ISO taper, inlet and outlet

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Dial Diameter: 35mm (1.4 in)

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Overall Dimensions: 70 mm x 60 mm (2.75 in x 2.35 in)

Wright Mark 14

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Ideal measurement ranges for pediatric patients

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For tidal volume measurement with facility for measuring minute volume

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Small inner dial records 0-100 liters

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Large outer dial records 0-1 liter

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Dial layout: separate small full liter large fractional liter dials offset

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Connections: 22mm male BS/ISO taper, inlet and outlet

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Dial Diameter: 35mm (1.4 in)

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Overall Dimensions: 70 mm x 60 mm (2.75 in x 2.35 in)

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Weight: 130 g (4.6 oz)

Haloscale Standard

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For both tidal volume and minute volume measurement

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Inner concentric dial records 0-1 liter

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Outer concentric dial records 0-100 liters

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Dial Layout: Dual concentric fractional and full liter dials

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Connections: 15mm female inlet/ 22mm female BS/ISO outlet

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Dial Diameter: 57 mm (2.25 in)

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Overall Dimensions: 72 mm x 70 mm (2.85 in x 2.75 in)

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Weight: 160 g (5.7 oz)

How Koko respirometers meet your clinical needs

KoKo Respirometers
Respirometers for ventilation checks

Routine Checks of Mechanical Ventilation

Respirometers are used to perform routine checks of patient’s tidal volumes to guarantee accurate ventilator performance.

Respirometers for ventilator weaning

Ventilator Weaning

When blood gas analysis indicates weaning can be attempted, respirometers make ideal instruments to determine the success of weaning by measuring tidal and minute volume levels.

Respirometers for recovery

Recovery

Respirometers are ideal instruments to ensure the level of the patient’s lung function before leaving the recovery area.

Respirometers for anesthesia

Anesthesia

Placed in the expiratory circuit, respirometers are used to measure tidal and minute volumes to ensure adequate ventilation on both spontaneously breathing and mechanically ventilated patients.

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