AirGo™ analyzes the minute ventilation (MV) trends that document lung re-expansion, post-op recovery and can identify major breathing disorders including apnea, hypopnea and spontaneous arousals.
By monitoring these ventilation trends AirGo™ provides cardiologists, pneumologists and sleep therapists with early identification of respiratory and cardiac decompensation, vital for determining patient wellbeing.
In athletic performance, measuring minute ventilation (MV) trends and correlated breathing dynamics is critical for establishing training strategies and developing strategic plans for use of anaerobic & aerobic power reserves by real-time measurement of calories burned and burn rate.
Finally, monitoring one's quality of sleep is fundamental to understanding it's effect on overall performance. Insomnia and spontaneous arousals can be an early indicator of overtraining and stress.