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Analyzers, Point-of-Care, Breath, Carbon Isotope

Definition : Point-of-care breath analyzers used to determine the increase in carbon isotope content (e.g., carbon-13) in a breath sample, usually expressed as a carbon isotope relation, such as the relation of carbon-13 to carbon-12, after administration of carbon-13-labeled substrates. These analyzers typically use gas chromatography techniques. Carbon isotope breath analyzers are used to assess bacterial overgrowth and colonization in gastroenterology (e.g., determination of urea in breath for detection of Helicobacter pylori), to measure organ function, and to evaluate digestion and absorption of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins.

Entry Terms : "Carbon Isotope Analyzers" , "Urea Breath Analyzers" , "Analyzers, Point-of-Care, Breath, Urea"

UMDC code : 18422


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Exalenz Bioscience Inc

Exalenz Bioscience Ltd. develops and commercializes advanced systems that extract vital information for diagnostics from subtle changes in the patient's exhaled breath

Exalenz Bioscience Ltd

Exalenz Bioscience Ltd

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QuinTron Instrument Inc

QuinTron has partnered with EndoNurse Magazine to publish an educational eBook on Breath-Testing for nurses and technicians to help continue their knowledge of breath testing and QuinTron's products.

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