(Video) The Lung Flute Uses Sound Waves to Clear Chest Congestion

(Video) The Lung Flute Uses Sound Waves to Clear Chest Congestion
Innovation

Lung Flute is a medical device that uses sound waves to break up mucus in the chest cavity.

Dan Gould
  • 17 november 2009

Lung Flute is a simple medical device that uses sound waves to break up mucus in the chest cavity. By blowing into the flute ten times a vibration is sent into the chest cavity which breaks up congestion, enabling users to cough it out and breathe better. The $40 Lung Flute is one of Popular Science’s Best Innovations of 2009.

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