"SLP is set to revolutionise our understanding of respiratory physiology as it adds a new dimension to understanding of the mechanics and patterns of breathing in our respiratory patients.  We are beginning to see the enormous potential this brilliant innovative technique has in our understanding of how the lungs are effected by disease or recover from surgery.  Pneumacare have been, bold, supportive and visionary in supporting our research and the development of this amazing technology. The patient benefits from what we are learning will be far reaching and ground-breaking for respiratory medicine.”

Dr Brendan Cooper

Consultant Clinical Scientist, Hon.Senior Research Fellow

Queen Elizabeth, Birmingham



"The measurement of lung function changes in children with respiratory diseases is essential if we are to accurately assess the benefit of treatments. Non-invasive, simple methods have been sought for decades and the technique developed by Pneumacare is exciting and novel. The system offers a completely different approach and can be applied to all age groups. If accurate, reproducible and sensitive results can be obtained, I can foresee the technique having wide application in all centres specialising in the management of paediatric respiratory illnesses."

Prof. Warren Lenney

Dept Child Health, University Hospital of Nortth Staffordshire, Stoke on Trent


"Structured light plethysmography (SLP) opens the door on "tidal PFTs", and it does so while eliminating observer and instrumentation biases. I am very enthusiastic about the cooperative project that is beginning between Pneumacare and my research group."

Prof. Thomas Similowski

Head of Respiratory Medicine and Intensive Care at the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris