Last modified by Iris Spruit on 2023/08/25 11:32


Respiration can be measured in various ways, but is usually measured with a respiration belt strapped around the abdomen or chest. The belt has a transducer, which measures the change in thoracic or abdominal circumference. For more information on measuring respiration with BIOPAC, see the instructions or webinar.

Availability, support and advice

For availability of respiration equipment within your group, contact your lab coordinator. Respiration equipment from BIOPAC (BN-RSPEC) can also be borrowed from SOLO through the Helpdesk (reservations tile) or by contacting SOLO labsupport.

Tags: Physiology
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