Manual Function Recovery Device

Inspiratory exercise and rehabilitation medical devices that make respiratory muscles strong for the elderly and health vulnerable people as well as inspiratory rehabilitation exercise for the patients with respiratory diseases

  • PEP Pressure Range : 5~20cmH2O(Pressure Control Unit : 1cmH2O)
  • IMT Pressure Range : 10~40cmH2O(Pressure Control Unit : 2cmH2O)
  • ※Range : ±2cm H20 or ± 10%

Respiratory Comparison


  • Helps patients for preventing pulmonary complications after abdominal surgery.
  • HR (heart rate,) 6.8% Decrease
  • PR (respiratory rate,) 9% Decrease


  • FEV1 (Forced Expiratory volume in one second ): 7.9% Increase
  • FVC (Forced vital capacity ): 9.8% Increase
  • Pimax (maximal inspiratory mouth pressures ): 23.6% Increase
  • Pm Peak / Pimax (peak pressure/maximal inspiratory pressure )26.6% Increase
  • MVV (maximum voluntary ventilation ): 22% Increase
  • MIP (maximum inspiratory pressure ): 8% Increase
  • MEP (maximum expiratory pressure ): 32% Increase
  • 6-minute walk test (6-minute walk test, m, ): 4.9% Increase

Training Effect

Inspiratory Muscle Training (Inspiratory Muscle Training, IMT)

Enhanced diaphragm by inducing abdominal respiration during inhalation

Increased lung capacity delays lactate secretion to improve motor skills.

Positive Expiratory Pressure (Positive Expiratory Pressure, PEP)

Forming an effective breathing pattern method to improve the function of the airway center and surroundings

Used for airway cleaning, bronchial hygiene or chest therapy

Diet effect by transverse exercise , effective for incontinence with pelvic floor muscle training

Effect of using respiratory muscle trainer

Boosting the muscle strength
endurance of the inspiratory muscle

Increased diaphragm thickness

Improve pelvic floor muscles

Increased heart rate

Increased maximum
oxygen consumption

Increased time
to exhaustion

Effects such as improved lactic
acid decomposition ability


  • Reduces shortness of breath such as lack of exercise, aging, and asthma by increasing the strength and endurance of breathing muscles
  • Prevents the collection of secretions in the airways.
  • Delays worsening COPD symptoms.
  • Improves dystelectasis symptoms.
  • Strengthens pulmonary function before and after surgery and prevents pulmonary complications such as pneumonia after surgery.
  • Reduces shortness of breath such as lack of exercise, aging, and asthma by increasing the strength and endurance of breathing muscles
  • Constant training allows you to breathe more at one time and improve your Quality of Life (QOL) index
  • Effective in treating bronchial asthma when used with Nebulizer or MDI CHAMBER.

Target of Use

  • Lung disease rehabilitation exerciser
  • Person with insufficient lung capacity
  • Career work force requiring cardiopulmonary endurance


  • Technological Innovation : A product which is used to exercise respiratory muscles when inhaling and exhaling air at the same time
  • Price Competitiveness : Two functions (inhalation/exhalation) are possible with one purchase.
  • Convenient Washing : Easy separation and combining facilitates washing.

Product Features

  • KFDA medical device manufacturing declaration product
  • Easily visible pressure level adjustment
  • Optimized air flow
  • Easy to separate for convenient cleaning
  • Easy and comfortable respiratory muscle strengthening
  • Integrated (inspiratory and expiratory) respiratory resistance exercise and rehabilitation medical device