FIRST OF ALL HEALTHMONITOR IS A GAS ANALYSER
To start the test, the client makes the payment in a convenient way.
During the test, the device will ask the customer to exhale strongly into a straw for 10 seconds.
After payment, the customer should take a single-use straw and insert it into the special hole in the HEALTHMONITOR device.
In a few seconds the HEALTHMONITOR finishes the measurements and the results can be displayed on the screen or sent to the customer's email address. The results can be stored in personal account or on a microchip, which is purchased separately.
HEALTHMONITOR allows to measure the concentration of gases in exhaled air and correlate it with the values of the norm of a healthy person for a couple of minutes.
WE NOW KNOW THAT A NORMAL HUMAN EXHALATION IS A COMPLEX MIXTURE OF ABOUT 750 VOLATILE COMPOUNDS.
By measuring the amount, concentration and ratio of gases released during breathing, we can make conclusions about metabolic changes and the presence of disease.
One of the most acute challenges in modern medicine is the timely diagnosis of early stage disease. In most cases, an invasive diagnosis carries a number of disadvantages: the need for the direct presence of the patient for examination in the clinic, sometimes expensive procedures, often the need for re-diagnosis, patient discomfort and consequences associated with exposure to co-factors such as radiation or anesthesia, etc.
WHAT IS NON-INVASIVE DETECTION AND WHAT ARE OUR ADVANTAGES?

NON-INVASIVE DIAGNOSTICS - methods of investigation or treatment, during which the skin is not affected by any needles or various surgical instruments.

THE FIRST INITIATIVES OF BREATH ANALYSIS FOR DETERMINING THE PHYSIOLOGICAL STATE OF HUMANS ORIGINATED DURING THE TIME OF HIPPOCRATES (460-370 BC), when the ancient Greek physicians realized that some diseases could be diagnosed from the characteristic odor of patients' breath. They thought that the human breath might provide sound information on health conditions.

Modern breath testing began in the 1970s when Linus Pauling detected (though without identifying) around 200 different volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in exhaled air by gas chromatography. He proved that normal human breath is a gas of rather complex composition. In the last 30 years, many of these compounds have been identified.
THIS TECHNOLOGY IS UNIQUE AND TECHNICALLY CANNOT BE COMPARED WITH OTHER GAS ANALYZERS.
During the gas analyzer operation WE DO NOT USE :

  • Ultra-high powered vacuum or cryogenic temperatures
  • High-pressure gas-tank, laboratory equipment
Existing technologies are too expensive to manufacture and due to the presence of steam in human breathing, they are not able to detect a wide range of gases.
STAGES
1
EXHALATION
Contains various impurities
2
GAS ANALYSER
*Spectral analysis
3
COMPUTER
- Data registration
- Data analysis
- Comparison with the standart value
4
RESULT
- Quantification
- Conclusion

Spectral analysis is a combination of methods for the qualitative and quantitative determination of the composition of an object (in our case, the composition of exhalation air), based on the study of the interaction spectra of matter with radiation (BUT in our case, the study of the interaction spectra of exhaled gas in a glow discharge).


Due to spectral analysis, high selectivity is achieved.