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    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...
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    Oridion provides life saving solutions for patient monitoring with its cutting edge Microstream CO2 monitoring and sampling technologies to make patient care safer and easier.Oridion specializes in...
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    Kitagawa America is dedicated to delivering gas detection solutions and providing its customers with world class service and technical support. Kitagawa America supplies a wide variety of Gas...
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    PAS manufactures platinum electrochemical fuel cells & alcohol sensors. These fuel cells, when integrated into a variety of instrument designs and applications, can detect the specific level of...
  • News - 31 Jan 2011
    QinetiQ North America has developed a sensor that when fitted into a car will prevent intoxicated drivers from even putting their vehicles into motion. According to Bud Zaouk, when a driver who...
  • News - 29 Jan 2011
    AlcoSense has launched a wall mounted breathalyser in the UK. The product is being marketed by RLMS Sales. Intended to monitor driving under alcoholic influence and help users keep track of their...
  • News - 27 Feb 2011
    The NFL Combine is the place where top college football prospects showcase their skills with hopes of being scouted for a top flight team. 10 to 30 prospects will sport an Under Armour E39...
  • News - 9 Feb 2011
    TiaLinx has released the Cougar20-H, a mini-robot system for dual functions such as sensing motion and a person’s breathing in a building monitored from afar to perform various tasks. The...
  • News - 5 Aug 2019
    Human breath is said to carry a wealth of information. To harness that information, KAUST research scientist Osama Amin has teamed up with Basem Shihada and Mohamed-Slim Alouini from KAUST, and...
  • News - 7 Jun 2018
    Most people wish they could do a quick “breath check” prior to a crucial meeting or date. Scientists have now developed a sensor capable of detecting tiny quantities of hydrogen sulfide...