AI-Powered Breathprinting for Disease Detection
We synthesize laser technology, gas dynamics analysis, and machine learning to turn air into insights.
We are building and evaluating a novel technology based on the real-time detection of exhaled chemical elements—biomarkers—and their concentrations.
Our ambition is to drive precision medicine across all stages of a patient journey: from early detection to treatment and aftercare.
We enhance our handheld devices for on-the-go diagnosis, rendering traditional methods like blood tests, chest x-rays, and biopsies obsolete.
Instantaneous assessment with results available within a 15 to 30-second testing window.
A user-friendly and ergonomic design that's universally accessible, eliminating the requirement for specialized personnel.
Patient- & Planet-Friendly Sampling
By nature, our non-invasive diagnostics harness the breath without additional harm through radiation or physical intrusion while producing near-zero waste.
Our goal is to revolutionize disease detection to improve prevention and achieve more precise treatment.
We create unparalleled devices that employ existing diagnostic clues from the breath to produce biometric health summaries and alert healthcare providers about undetected or progressing diseases within seconds of use. Our proactive solutions empower the professionals on the frontline while safeguarding patients’ needs long before decisions become an urgent matter of life and death.
We aim to explore and share fascinating information about exhaled breath biomarkers, shedding light on their intriguing insights and interesting facts.
liters of air is what we breathe each day. This makes our breath one of the most accessible biological samples for diagnostic analysis. Link to source.
compounds were detected in the breath in a study published already in 1999. Only a small number of volatiles (27) were found to be common to them all and therefore thought to reflect metabolic processes in the human body.
Studies with a clinical context have been published on the breath volatilome. However, existing technologies still fail to deliver a clinical application of superior value to the healthcare system.
particles per billion is the detection limit that can be considered sufficient for almost any breath analysis application.
Laser spectroscopy can provide real-time detection of a single or several volatile compounds, with detection limits ranging from the part-per-million to less than part-per-billion.
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