Wright respirometer

Wright res·pi·rom·e·ter

(rīt),
an inferential meter that measures tidal and minute volume from the number of revolutions of a vane rotated by the gas stream as the latter passes through ten tangential slots in a cylindric stator ring to turn a flat two-bladed rotor; also called a Wright spirometer.

Wright,

Basil Martin, 20th century English physician.
Wright peak flow meter
Wright respirometer - an inferential meter used to measure tidal and minute volume.
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Inside the chamber this line is connected to a second component, which consists of a exhalation valve mechanism, PEEP valve, reservoir bag for spontaneous breathing and a Wright respirometer to measure exhaled volumes.