FeNO OFFLINE COLLECTION KIT
Offline FeNO measurements in accordance to the ATS/ERS guideline
The offline collection kit offers a useful additional option to existing FeNO analyzers, such as the ANALYZER CLD 88 sp. The advantage of offline FeNO measurement is that samples can be easily collected at any location, without the need to have the analyzer at site.
Remote NO collection sites
The offline collection kit allows FeNO testing without the FeNO ANALYZER CLD 88 sp on site. Testing at workplaces, schools, clinics, hospital wards or remote laboratories can easily be conducted.
Efficient use of FeNO ANALYZER CLD 88 sp
The offline collection kit offers a useful addition to an existing FeNO ANALYZER CLD 88 sp and increases efficiency of the workflow. NO samples can be collected from several patients simultaneously and less instrument time per patient is required.
Flexible and independent
Sampling takes places independently from the instrument. Exhaled breath is filled into a Mylar bag under defined conditions and can subsequently be analyzed on any analytical instrument.
|Application range:||cooperative patients|
|Exp. flow control:||50 ml/s at 15 to 20 cm H2O|
|Insp. NO conc.:||<5ppb|
ECO MEDICS reserves the right to change the specifications without notice.
- Children and adult application
- Supports single breath technique
- Independent testing from NO analyzer
- NO free air generation from ambient air
- Integrated adaptive flow control and pressure gauge
- Collection at sites remote from the analyzer (hospital ward, clinic, workplace, school, and remote laboratory)
- More efficient use of the existing ANALYZER CLD 88 sp
- Collection from several patients simultaneously and less analyzer time per patient is required
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