Frequently Asked Questions

Is Air Next Spirometer a medical device?
How can I download the alveofit® Home app?


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I have followed the instructions in the app, but my alveoair spirometer is still not working

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How can I delete my account and personal data?
Does alveofit® application retain the data after deleting the account?
Is there any time limitation of data retention?
What is the term condition if the device stops working within warranty?
How do I reset my password?

To reset your password, follow these steps based on your login status:

If Already Logged In:

Navigate to the Profile Screen.

Select “Change Password” to reset your password.

If Not Logged In:

Click on “Forgot Password.”

Verify your Username using the Reset Code sent to your registered Mobile/EmailId.

For an already logged-in session, use the Profile Screen to change the password. If not logged in, initiate a password reset via “Forgot Password,” completing the process by verifying your Username through the Reset Code sent to your registered mobile or email.

What are the predicted values?
How are spirometry results interpreted?

Interpreting spirometry results involves analyzing various parameters to assess lung function. Here are key components and considerations in interpreting spirometry results:

Forced Expiratory Volume in 1 second (FEV1):

Normal: A healthy individual usually has an FEV1 that is around 80-120% of the predicted value.

Obstructive Lung Disease: A reduced FEV1 suggests difficulty in expelling air quickly, common in conditions like asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

Forced Vital Capacity (FVC):

Normal: FVC should be within the predicted range for a healthy individual.

Restrictive Lung Disease: Reduced FVC may indicate restrictive lung diseases, where the lung expansion is limited, such as pulmonary fibrosis.

FEV1/FVC Ratio:

Normal: A normal ratio is typically around 70-80%.

Obstructive Lung Disease: A lower FEV1/FVC ratio (less than 70%) suggests airway obstruction, common in conditions like COPD.

Peak Expiratory Flow (PEF):

Normal: PEF varies based on age, sex, and other factors.

Obstructive Lung Disease: Reduced PEF may indicate airway narrowing or obstruction.

Interpretation Based on Patterns:

Obstructive Pattern: Reduced FEV1 and FEV1/FVC ratio, typical in asthma or COPD.

Restrictive Pattern: Reduced FVC with a normal or increased FEV1/FVC ratio, common in conditions limiting lung expansion.

Comparison with Predicted Values:

Results are compared with predicted values based on demographic factors (age, gender, height, etc.).

Deviations from predicted values help identify abnormalities or diseases.

Interpretation is complex and should consider the patient’s medical history, symptoms, and other diagnostic tests. Consulting with a healthcare professional, typically a pulmonologist or respiratory therapist, is crucial for a comprehensive understanding and accurate diagnosis.

How many Languages are supported by alveofit® Application?
Do you have an open API to integrate the application with another system?
Is there any indication in the device, if the device is connected to a mobile application?
Can I associate one device with multiple users?
Which type of battery alveoair supports?
Can I get the PDF report of my spirometry test over email?
When does the warranty period for alveoair devices begin?
Is my health information secure on the alveofit® app?
Is your device FDA-approved?

Thank you for the clarification. Based on your information:

Yes, the AlveoAir Spirometer is FDA-approved with 510(k) clearance.

The 510(k) clearance from the United States Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) indicates that the AlveoAir Spirometer has been reviewed and found to be substantially equivalent to another legally marketed device. This clearance is a significant milestone, ensuring that the device meets strict standards for safety and effectiveness set by the FDA.

What does this mean?

Safety and Effectiveness: The 510(k) clearance affirms that the AlveoAir Spirometer is safe and effective for its intended use.

Regulatory Compliance: This approval also means that the device complies with regulatory requirements for medical devices in the United States.

Quality Assurance: Users and healthcare professionals can have confidence in the quality and reliability of the AlveoAir Spirometer.

For Users:

If you’re considering using the AlveoAir Spirometer, this FDA approval provides assurance of its quality and safety standards, making it a trustworthy choice for spirometry testing.

It’s always recommended to check the latest documentation provided with the device for any updates or changes in its regulatory status.