Location19 May, 2019 From 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM An-Nur Mosque, 6 Admiralty Rd, Singapore 739983 , Singapore View Map
BUILD A POCKETLAB SPIROMETER - TO MEASURE FORCED VITAL CAPACITY
Explore and learn more about lung diseases, and factors effecting a person’s vital capacity. Through this fun filled partical workshop!
A spirometer is an apparatus often used in the medical field to fnd the cause of shortness of breath. A spirometer can rule out lung diseases like asthma, bronchitis, and emphysema. A spirometer can measure forced vital capacity. Forced vital capacity is the amount of air exhaled during a forced breath. Explore what factors affect forced vital capacity.
In this exploration, students will:
1. Build a PocketLab Spirometer and learn how to relate the barometer
readings to a person’s forced vital capacity.
2. Investigate what variables affect a person’s forced vital capacity.
DATE: 19 May 2019 (SUNDAY)
TIME: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
OPEN TO ALL
An Nur Mosque
6 Admiralty Road, Singapore 739983
THIS EVENT WILL BE RUN CONCURRENTLY WITH MTC2019