The TurboForte is effective in helping to promote and maintain bronchial hygiene, especially for those suffering from breathing difficulties."

The TurboForte is effective in helping to promote and maintain bronchial hygiene, especially for those suffering from breathing difficulties

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Turboforte is a simple, lightweight pipe-shaped respiratory physiotherapy device designed to aid mucus clearing by providing positive pressure and a vibration within the lungs, hence helping to maintain bronchial hygiene.

Turboforte's innovative design has wonderful benefits for those striving for all round health and well-being.

THE OBJECTIVE OF THE TURBO FORTE LIES IN ITS ABILITY TO:


- Vibrate the airways which loosens mucus from the airway walls.


- Intermittently increase endobronchial pressure which assists to maintain the clearing of the airways while a person exhales so that mucus does not become trapped as it moves up the air canal.


- Accelerate expiratory airflow which facilitates the upward movement of mucus through the airways so that it be more easily cleared.

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The aim of the TurboForte is to revolutionise the quality of life by offering natural lung physiotherapy within your own home environment.

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