HYDROGEN BREATH MONITORING TO HELP DETECT GASTRO-INTESTINAL DISORDERS


FEATURES AND BENEFITS



  • Easy to use interface

  • Create and store patient details

  • Multiple patient testing

  • Built in testing protocols with built in countdown timer

  • Large touch screen

  • Comes with HYDROCHART™ software

  • SteriTouch® technology to kill off harmful bacteria

  • Maintenance reminders

  • 3 month calibration


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OVERVIEW


 

AIDS IN THE DETECTION OF:


 

    • Food Intolerances

 

    • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

 

    • Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)



 

IDEAL FOR:


 

    • Gastroenterologists

 

    • Dieticians

 

    • GP’s

 

    • Endoscopy department

 

    • Pediatricians



 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION:


 


      • Concentration Range (H ) 2 - 0 - 500 ppm

 

      • Display - Full colour touchscreen

 

      • Detection Principle - Electrochemical sensor

 

      • Repeatability - < 10% on consecutive readings

 

      • Carbon Monoxide Cross-sensitivity - < 1%

 

      • Sensor Operating Life - 2 years

 

      • Sensor Sensitivity - 1 ppm

 

      • Sensor Drift - < 2% per month

 

      • T Response Time 90 - ≤ 45 seconds

 

      • Power - 3 x AA (LR6 or Equivalent), 1 x CR2032 Lithium coin cell

 

      • Approx. 3 x AA Battery Life - 1,000 minutes

 

      • Approx. 1 x Cr2032 Battery Life - 175,000 hours

 

      • Operating Temperature Range - 15 - 35 °C (Storage/Transport 0 - 50°C)

 

      • Operating/Transport/Storage Pressure - 800 - 1200 mbar

 

      • Operating Humidity - 10 - 90% non-condensing (Storage/Transport 0 - 90°C)

 

      • Dimensions - Approx. 34 x 75 x 140 mm

 

      • Weight - Approx. 200 g (including batteries)

 

      • Monitor Construction - Case: Polycarbonate/ABS blend;
        SteriTouch anti-Microbial additive; D-Piece: Polypropylene




 



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PAPERS


Title:How to Interpret Hydrogen Breath Tests
Author(s):Uday C Ghoshal
Ref:Department of Gastroenterology, Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow, India






Title:Practice guidance on the management of acute and chronic gastrointestinal problems arising as a result of treatment for cancer
Author(s):H Jervoise N Andreyev, Susan E Davidson, Catherine Gillespie, William H Allum, Edwin Swarbrick
Ref:Gut Online First, published on November 4, 2011







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