Vitalograph, the British Lung Foundation & St Bede's School Support World Asthma Day

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Vitalograph recently visited St Bede's School in Romford, Essex to host an asthma awareness event in support of World Asthma Day 2008. The event was attended by the school council of pupils aged 6-11 years; also in attendance was 'Peter the Peak Flow Meter', a life size model of the Vitalograph asma-1 electronic peak flow meter.

The children took part in a fun quiz aimed at raising their awareness of asthma and how the condition can be controlled. The children received balloons and t-shirts donated by the British Lung Foundation.

"With approximately 1.4 million children in the UK diagnosed with asthma Vitalograph are committed to raising awareness of the condition and to protecting their quality of life through the delivery of high performing respiratory devices" says Vitalograph Managing Director, Bernard Garbe.

ABOUT VITALOGRAPH

Having served the respiratory market for half a century, Vitalograph design, manufacture and market world-leading lung function test equipment. Today Vitalograph continue to make pioneering contributions to effective respiratory measurements and enhanced quality of life. Vitalograph products are widely used in primary and secondary care environments, as well as in occupational health, sports medicine and in the home. Represented in over 113 countries through highly trained authorised distributors, Vitalograph has its head office in Buckingham, England and has offices in Ireland, Germany and the United States. For more information on Vitalograph visit www.vitalograph.co.uk, email sales@vitalograph.co.uk or call +44 (0)1280 827110.

ABOUT the BRITISH LUNG FOUNDATION

The British Lung Foundation is the only UK charity working for everyone affected by lung disease. The charity focuses its resources on providing support for people affected by lung disease today; and works in a variety of ways (including funding world-class research) to bring about positive change, to improve treatment, care and support for people affected by lung disease in the future. It provides information via the website www.lunguk.org and telephone helpline 08458 50 50 20.