Fleisch pneumotachograph

Fleisch pneu·mo·tach·o·graph

(flīsh),
a pneumotachograph that measures flow in terms of the proportional pressure drop across a resistance consisting of numerous capillary tubes in parallel.
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Fleisch,

Alfred, Swiss physician and physiologist, 1892–.
Fleisch pneumotachograph - a pneumotachograph that measures flow in terms of the proportional pressure drop across a resistance consisting of numerous capillary tubes in parallel.
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During each 30-min exercise period, minute ventilation was measured at 10 and 20 min using a section of corrugated tubing placed between the valve on the facemask and a Fleisch pneumotachograph (General Medical Corp., West Sacramento, CA); flow signals recorded from the pneumotachograph were amplified (Validyne Engineering Corp., Northridge, CA) to yield volume signals and then recorded on a visicorder (Honeywell 1858; Honeywell Test Instruments Division, Denver, CO).