"It is a misconception that asthma conditions limit the amount of air a patient is able to take in or the capacity of the lungs. Instead it limits the amount of air that their lungs let out. Asthma subjects can take air in but have difficulty letting the air out. A PEF meter measures the pulmonary function of an individual by the maximum flow rate of air forcibly exhaled in one breath amount of air."
Representative male sample data Representative female sample data

Step 1: Please enter your name, email ID, Age and Height. Your email ID is optional if you'd like to receive a copy of your Peak Expiratory Flow Rate report.

Name
Email ID
Age  (yrs)
Height  
Gender Male   Female  

Step 2: Please obtain a disposable PEF from researcher and blow forcefully into the mouthpiece of the Peak Flow Meter and input your PEF reading. You may repeat this several times and input an average reading if you’d like. Input your actual PEF reading below.

Your PEF Rate  (liters/min) ?

Step 3 (Optional): If you have the air quality data for your environment, please enter it below

Air Particulate Level (PM10)  (μg/m3) ?
TVOC Level  (μg/m3) ?