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breath test

Brit a chemical test of a driver's breath to determine the amount of alcohol he has consumed
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Breath analysis and monitoring by membrane extraction with sorbent interface.
Current and future uses of breath analysis as a diagnostic tool.
Doctors see breath analysis, in contrast, as a fast and non-invasive method of diagnosing diseases.
Noninvasive Glucose Monitors -The Near Term - Monitors based on Spectroscopy - Fluorescence - Hydrogel Matrices - Monitors based on Multimode Sensing - Ultrasonic/Conductivity/Heat Capacity - Transdermal Glucose Measurement - Ocular Glucose measurement - Biomarker Measurement - Wireless Wearable Lens - Breath Analysis - Saliva Analysis - Tears Analysis - Disposable Reagent - Tissue Photometry
Salerno said his client pleaded guilty this year based on the results of a breath analysis in February.
Perhaps the area in which there is the most competition in breath analysis instrumentation is in the market for carbon 13 analyzers.
A Municipal Court judge has refused to throw out the breath analysis of a drunk-driving suspect, leaving it to a jury to decide whether problems at the county crime lab jeopardized the accuracy of DUI tests.
The author emphasizes issues associated with determining blood alcohol concentration from breath analysis.
Proceeds from any sales of the Preferred Stock will be used to fund additional development of the Company's HealthID product portfolio, including its Easy Check system for non-invasive glucose monitoring through breath analysis, its iGlucose system for real-time diabetes management, and other diabetes and healthcare products, as well as to provide working capital.
Breath analysis would reduce the time-to-diagnosis to just minutes," she said.
One of the newer applications of this technology is diagnostic breath analysis.