A device for measuring the respiratory toxicity

Scientists from the University of Virginia published in the journal "environmental science and technology report that the test caused by man air show, was subjected to exposure to toxic substances. A simple non-invasive method of breath-tests will be conducted using a hand held device, which detects in exhaled human substance toxic elements.

This test is a scientist of less invasive than blood sampling, and more convenient than testing samples of urine. This method is also relatively inexpensive and helps to get results in the shortest possible time.

The new device can detect tiny amounts of harmful substances in the breath, and the speed of obtaining the result will help to ocate help to those people whose test showed the content of toxins.

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