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How to make the Porta-Lung more user Friendly

July 2, 2008 on 11:21 am | In submarinesusie |

From the days of the company’s creation, Porta-Lung Inc has improved the materials used with the Porta-lung by leaps and bounds. In the old days I used to use a plastic collar which was paper thin. Someone could poke a hole in it with their fingernail by accident, creating problems in the neck seal. Now they use nylon and polartek collars which are thicker and softer on the neck. I like the polartek collars best because they give a better seal so you don’t have to tighten the collar as much.

I believe customization to certain features of the Porta-Lung might be a good idea. For some people, the inside length might not be long enough so customizing it for tall people would make the product more appealing to a wide range of people. If the patient has to stay in the machine all the time, it might be wise to invent a system for them to read while in there. For instance, I would put a shelf on the front to hold the book and then put a remote inside for the patient to turn the pages.

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  1. I think it would be very difficult to turn pages while in the lung. One thing that might work is an electronic book. Now that might be doable. It is basically a book on a computer screen. This way you could probably have it hooked up to turn with a blow of air or something. What do you think?

    Comment by mcw — July 10, 2008 #

  2. I think Porta Lung Inc should consider adapting a reading device like an electronic book onto the Lung. I know, in my case, I would want to do something besides watch tv while I was in the machine. One could turn the pages using the sip and puff method or maybe turning them with a movement of the eye.

    Comment by submarine susie — July 11, 2008 #

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