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The revolutionary Lung Flute.
A first in secretion mobilization and induction

DUAL USE: The Lung Flute is the only device FDA cleared for both diagnostic and therapeutic secretion mobilization.

Sanjay Sethi MD, University of Buffalo School of Medicine
Professor Sethi and a Patient discuss their experience with the Lung Flute
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Acoustic waves stimulate the body's natural secretion - clearing system

The Lung Flute uses patented low-frequency acoustic wave technology for optimal secretion clearance and bronchial hygiene. The patient exhales through a mouthpiece over a reed inside the horn of the Lung Flute. The resulting acoustic wave travels retrograde into the lower airways and lung parenchyma, and increases mucociliary clearance.

Unlike conventional respiratory devices, the Lung Flute acoustic wave technology clears and mobilizes secretions deep in the lungs so they are easier to expectorate.

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Want more information on the Lung Flute for Home Care (No. 1003-01) and the Lung Flute for Hospitals & Clinics (No. 1004-01)?
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clinical studies
Instructions for Use (IFU)
• more...

In the US*
To Order The Lung Flute for Hospitals & Clinics:
Find A Local Distributor

To Order The Lung Flute for Home Care / individual Patient Use:
Order The Lung Flute Online
• Phone: +1 (716) 218-7355
   Toll-Free: +1 (888) 820-0970
• Fax: +1 (716) 608-1362
• Mail: Medical Acoustics,
          640 Ellicott St,
          Buffalo, NY 14203

Outside the US:
Order The Lung Flute Online
• or Find A Local Distributor


Insurance Reimbursement.
The Lung Flute for Home Care is eligible for reimbursement by Medicaid and Medicare in the US. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to submit all reimbursement claims. Learn more about DME and CPT coding.