1Charles Sturt University, Australia
2Queensland University of Technology, Australia
*Corresponding author: Praneel John Titheradge, Charles Sturt University, 8 Wellesley Court, Raglan, 2795, Bathurst NSW, Australia, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submission: November 14, 2017; Published: January 12, 2018
ISSN : 2576-8816Volume3 Issue1
No evidence exists for the application of a Venturi meter used as a pulmonary airflow sensor. This commentary article outlines the fluid dynamic principles behind the concept and rationale for the instrumentation processes involved for future validation of a Venturi air flow sensor, to be used for human pulmonary ventilation measurement.