LungXplorer, software for exploring longitudinal spirometric data
Free software for exploring longitudinal spirometric data
- LungXplorer uses the same professional algorithms as SpirXpert for interpreting results of pulmonary function tests.
- The software comprises data from a normal population, and are therefore ideal study material for
- postgraduate medical students,
- interns in adult or pediatric respiratory disease, or in internal medicine
- general practitioners,
- doctors monitoring the work force or other groups, and
- doctors performing pre-operative screening tests.
The study material includes:
- some 13,100 longitudinal spirometric measurements (FEV1, FVC) in adults (18-80+ yr)
- about 6,200 longitudinal measurements (FEV1, FVC) in adolescents (10-20 years).
- Associated flow-volume curves
- Anthropometric data
- Respiratory symptoms
- Smoking history
- The data are graphically displayed and accompanied by an assessment.
- We also provide you with a Help file, which is a manual for using the software but mainly highlights some findings in subjects which will enhance your skills in interpreting lung function test results.
- You can change from English to Dutch on the fly!
- The software is for free.
- You are offered the option of saving the installation file, or starting installation;
- If you have saved the file first, doubleclick on InstallLungXplorer.EXE.
- Installation will proceed, icons are created, a program group is created accessible via Program Manager, that is all there is to it.
|1.1.1 Build 173||March 22 , 2006||First release|
|2.1.1 Build 15||March 4, 2008||Upgraded|
|220.127.116.11||March 14, 2010||Help file upgraded|