rhinomanometer

rhinomanometer

 [ri″no-mah-nom´ĕ-ter]
a manometer used in rhinomanometry.

rhi·no·ma·nom·e·ter

(rī'nō-mă-nom'ĕ-tĕr),
A manometer used to determine the nasal air pressure and flow relationships and thereby estimate the presence and degreee of nasal obstruction.
Synonym(s): rhinoanemometer
[rhino- + manometer]

rhi·no·ma·nom·e·ter

, rhinoanemometer (rī'nō-mă-nom'ĕ-tĕr, -an'ē-mom'ĕ-tĕr)
A manometer used to determine the presence and amount of nasal obstruction and the nasal air pressure and flow relationships.
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The nasal airflow studies were conducted by rhinomanometer as per the recommendations of "international committee for standardization of rhinomanometry."
Anterior active rhinomanometry was performed according to the guidelines of the International Committee on Standardization of Rhinomanometry using a NR6 Rhinomanometer (GM Instruments, Ltd., Kilwinning, UK) [8].
Respiratory airflow (V) was measured using a heated pneumotachograph (NR6 Rhinomanometer, GM Instruments Ltd., UK) attached to the tightly sealed face mask.
A dynamic assessment of nasal patency in children was carried out by measuring trans-nasal pressure and the rate of airflow per second during respiration using rhinometry with a RhinoStream SRE2000 rhinomanometer (RhinoMetrics).
Nasal airway resistance was measured via the anterior-nozzle method with a rhinomanometer (model MPR-2100; Nihon Kohden; Tokyo) using [DELTA]P 100 Pascal resistance values.