Mini-Wright Digital Oasys

Mini-Wright Digital Oasys

Oasys has made an agreement with Clement Clarke to allow automatic entry of peak expiratory flow (PEF) and forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1) results.

This saves the time associated with hand entry and ensures that the results are accurate as transcription errors are not possible and patients are not able to falsify readings (although a friend or relative could "have a go" with the meter and add spurios readings).

A special "Oasys" version of the Mini Wright Digital meter is required, which can be bought from Clement Clarke on their Mini Wright Digital Oasys ordering page. The Oasys program itself is provided free of charge.

Please see Importing Readings from the Mini-Wright Digital to see details of how the automatic import is done.

Once you have an "Oasys" Mini Wright Digital (MWD) meter you will need to download the MWD version of the Oasys program (which is free).

The maximum reading on a Mini Wright digital is 850 L/Min, if a patient blows above this the meter records 0 L/Min. Patients with unusually high PEF will need to be given a different meter. The meter is waterproof and can be submersed in order to sterilise it. As a result of this the battery is  not removable in the device and once it runs out the meter will need to be thrown away. The battery lasts about 2 years, depending on use.

Related pages

Occupational asthma: Instructions for the Mini-Wright Digital Meter Instructions for the Mini-Wright Digital Meter


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