Exhaled breath condensate is characterised by a number of different biomarkers which can potentially provide valuable information on our general well-being.
Applying our technology, we hope to be able to screen for and identify a number of different conditions and diseases.
Healthcare professionals are constantly seeking new ways of detecting and monitoring conditions using non-invasive methods. In this quest, biomarkers in exhaled breath have shown promising results.
Biomarkers like Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2 ) can be detected and applied in the management of airways diseases like asthma, pneumonia, cystic fibrosis, and lung cancer, but they may be equally relevant to monitor in the management of conditions in other parts of the body, including renal diseases and gastro conditions.