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  • Supplier Profile
    Bedfont® Scientific has specialized in the design and manufacture of exhaled breath and gas monitoring instruments since 1976. For medical gas monitoring, our Medi-Gas Check medical pipeline...
  • News - 13 Feb 2011
    Siemens has developed a sensor that can warn users of constricted airways a day before an asthma attacks occur. The sensor works by measuring the level of nitrogen monoxide (NO) on a patient’s...
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    Established in 1914, MSA Safety is the global leader in the development, manufacture and supply of safety products that protect people and facility infrastructures. Many MSA products integrate a...
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    Sensirion is a leading Swiss high-tech company. They develops and produces high-quality sensor components and systems for a variety of OEM applications. Sensirion has established itself in the global...
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    Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands is a diversified Health and Well-being company, focused on improving people’s lives through timely innovations. As a world leader in healthcare,...
  • News - 14 Feb 2014
    Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Breath Analyzers Market to 2019: Fuel Cell, Semiconductor Sensor & Infrared Absorption" report to their offering. The...
  • Article - 27 Nov 2012
    This article is part of a series on sensing the human body and discusses the medical application of an electronic nose in the detection of diseases.
  • Article - 2 Feb 2022
    In this article, MSA Safety discusses and compares common methods for ammonia gas detection, thus ensuring you can achieve the highest level of protection against the gas.
  • News - 16 Mar 2012
    iSonea, a medical technology company with offices in USA and Australia , has announced that it has been awarded the US Patent 2009/0216127 A1 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for its...
  • Article - 11 Mar 2022
    New research expands on the previous study by looking into the wearable sensor’s capacity to reliably detect skin surface pH.