A pneumogram is a ten to twenty-four hour recording of the patient’s heart rate, respiratory pattern (impedance), respiratory airflow, pulse oximetry, activity (awake, quiet or sleep) and patient position. Esophageal pH may also be recorded during the study. A pneumogram is used by the physician to diagnose and treat any irregular cardiopulmonaryGER patterns an infant may have.
All studies are manually scored to assure the highest quality results. The data is then reported in a logical format with meaningful associations to better assist in your patient's diagnosis.