Cardinal Health MicroTel

Category: USB
Manufacturer: Cardinal Health
Caution Level: safe
Operating System: Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional
Release Date: 08 Oct 2010

Windows device driver information for Cardinal Health MicroTel

The Cardinal Health Micro Tel is a spirometre which is connected to the USB port of a computer for functioning. The spirometre is normally used in hospitals by medical care experts and performs the function of measuring the functioning of a vital part of the body-the Lung. The device comes with its own special software known as Spida 5 Spirometry software. The device features data base facilities which can be used to monitor on a patients progress as well as numerous display options. The device also has a feature that exhibits what is happening to the patient at that exact moment and is able to carry out such tests as bronchiole and steroid testing. The device is compatible with such operating systems as Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP Home Edition and Windows XP Professional. The device also shows spirograms which are graphs which perform diverse functions.

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The Cardinal Health Micro Tel spirometre comes packaged with a user manual to enable ease of use and this manual displays relevant information in relation to the device. The device also comes packaged in a strong and durable casing which is tamper proof thereby ensuring that the device is not damaged when on transit from the warehouse. Inclusive on the package is also a long extension cable used to connect the device to a power supply, a mouth piece and a USB transducer housing. Connection of the device is specific to a specified computer which has been certified as safe for use by the Safety of Information Technology Equipment including Electrical business equipment Body. The drivers for the device can either be installed manually or automatically according to the operating systems the device is operational with. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Cardinal Health MicroTel errors before installing any driver updates.