Major Clinical Study Shows Lung Flute Improves COPD Symptoms & Health Status
September-2014 Clinical and Translational Medicine Trial Manuscript (pdf)
University at Buffalo School of Medicine COPD trial
Sept-26-2014 UB School of Medicine Publishes Results of Lung Flute Trial for COPD.
Medical Acoustics Announces Distribution Deal With Sensormedics Italia
February-25-2014 Sensormedics Italia is now the European Sales Distributor For The Lung Flute
University of Maryland School of Medicine Publishes Results of Lung Flute Trial For Cancer Screening
September-25-2013 Lung Flute Clinical Trial focusing on lung cancer screening from University of Maryland School of Medicine published in Clinical and Translational Medicine
WHO Recognizes Lung Flute
August-25-2012 Lung Flute Named To The World Health Organization's Compendium of Innovative Health Technologies for Low-Resource Settings
Medical Acoustics Announces Partnership With Natural Health Nexis
July-25-2012 Natural Health Nexis is now the Worldwide Internet Sales Distributor For The Lung Flute
The success of Buffalo-based Medical Acoustics, a medical device company expecting to turn a profit for the first time in 2011, exemplifies how partnerships with universities like the University at Buffalo can help businesses bring new products to the market.
"It's successful because it's relieving congestion in people's lungs," said Raymond, who has been demonstrating the device to physicians in the area. "For folks with COPD, it's not just a regular cough, it can be congestion on a daily basis. Imagine starting your day with congestion and wanting to clear it up, every day. The Lung Flute has been designed to provide that relief."
The idea for the horn came one night in 1985. Hawkins, an acoustics engineer, and his colleagues began brainstorming how they could use sound to mess with various bodily functions.
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