Morgan TransAir
Clinical excellence at a very affordable price
The TransAir has been thoughtfully engineered to make the most of strength, serviceability and size. It is particularly well suited to small office locations or applications requiring frequent transport. It is designed to provide long service with minimal maintenance cost! Service and routine component replacement are minimal. Mounted on a multi-positional support arm, the single valve assembly easily adjusts to any comfortable height.
The valve to beat all valves
TransAir PFT ValveThe ergonomic and efficient TransAir valve assembly is the very model of design excellence. Pneumatic operation ensures faultless performance over years of testing. The entire assembly can be disassembled in less than a minute for cold sterilization. However, in recent epidemiological studies using viral filters, it was proven that these valves required no attention at all even after thousands of operations.

Results in half the time

A complete series of pulmonary function tests including Flow Volume Loops, Slow Vital Capacity, Lung Volumes and Single Breath Diffusion can be completed in 15 to 18 minutes. The Total Lung Capacity is measured at the same time as Single Breath Diffusion thus saving all the time usually required for multibreath dilutional methods. Moisture and carbon dioxide reagents can be replenished by the user when necessary, rather than the expensive practice of being required to use proprietary pre-packaged containers.
N2 Dilution Theory
PFT ResultsNitrogen recovery is a gas dilution technique for measuring lung volumes. Since N2 is resident in the lung at all times, it has an infinite time to reach whatever communicating airways it can. During the performance of DLCO, the subject exhales to residual volume (all the way empty) and then breathes-in diffusion gas until completely full (TLC). The new N2 from the DLCO mixture rapidly mixes with the N2 that was in the residual volume and thus TLC can be directly measured. The technique assumes the partial pressure of CO2 in the alveoli at the start of the test. Using Dalton's Law of partial pressures, the CO2 can be corrected by the software, or alternatively, a separate measure of PACO2 (alveolar CO2) can improve accuracy on patients with COPD.
Simplicity of Use
ComPAS Pulmonary Function SoftwareThe TransAir is perhaps the most complete, yet simple to operate, pulmonary system on the market today. Typically, technicians are able to complete full testing with as little as 1 hour of instruction. The ComPAS Freedom™ software provides a beautifully illustrated HTML Help Manual and background information on the physiology and scientific techniques employed in pulmonary function testing. All tests are detailed with pictorial guides and routine maintenance and service help is also included. The TransAir is very popular with users. Not only is it small and user-friendly, it is a reliable troublefree partner in patient testing.
TransAir features:
  • TransAir FootprintLow per-patient testing cost
  • Small footprint and easy portability
  • Superb durability and reliability
  • Simple user performed maintenance
  • Single patient connection for all tests
  • Maintenence free valve
  • Single gas cylinder and low gas consumption for all tests
  • User friendly software helps complete tests in less time


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TransAir and ComPAS Freedom™

The ComPAS Freedom™ Task Manager was created around the needs and requirements of one of America's most prestigious teaching hospitals. The versatility of the design makes the Task Manager equally suitable in high volume teaching centers or smaller pulmonary practices.

When tests are completed in the pulmonary lab, results can be routed to any network-connected station for physician interpretation. In cases where multiple physicians will interpret results, the Task Manger automatically sends the appropriate patient results to each physician.

Internal "Task Notes" can be attached to patient results and sent to colleagues. Tests can be routed to pulmonary fellows for

SpiroAir ComPAS

preliminary review and then on to faculty staff for final interpretation. If reports need to be printed and sent to referring physicians, completed tests along with the interpretation can be forwarded to the department secretary for printing. In smaller centers, test results can be sent from the pulmonary lab directly to the attending physician. At his or her desk, the interpreting physician can log into the Task Manager and review a variety of customizable report formats and engage a personal template of interpretation text. The computer impression is available for referral as the interpretation is being considered.

ComPAS Freedom™ has a multitude of beautifully organized and graphical report formats. At Morgan Scientific, we pride ourselves in after sales customer support. The ComPAS Freedom™ license gives you access to experts in pulmonary measurement and report design. We will be pleased to customize a report around your particular preferences.

The Task Manager simply requires connectivity to the SQL database server. Further data distribution to hospital-wide information systems usually requires a specialized interface. Please contact us for further details.


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