The NObreath® fractional exhaled nitric oxide test monitor, recommended in the NICE guidance for measuring FeNO concentration in Asthma (DG12).View Website Support
The NObreath® fractional exhaled nitric oxide test monitor, recommended in the NICE guidance for measuring FeNO concentration in Asthma (DG12). Measuring FeNO with NObreath® FeNO tester allows consistent, non-invasive measurement of expired breath Nitric Oxide (NO). This can be used as a marker for airway inflammation and on-going monitoring of treatment.
Using FeNO measurements to monitor airway inflammation in asthma patients represents a significant advance in respiratory medicine. The FeNO test is quick, patient friendly and a non-invasive way to assess patient adherence to inhaled corticosteroids. Other benefits of using FeNO testing in clinical practice are that it can help to differentiate between other respiratory conditions and asthma including COPD and ACOS.
Analysis of patients' breath can help identify those who do or do not require ongoing treatment.
Shows patient response to treatment, enabling the correct prescription of medication. Shows patient compliance. Superior results to many conventional lung-function tests, such as peak flow recording and spirometry. Instant results on large colour touch screen.
Non-invasive, quick and easy to use.
Can be programmed for children and adult patients to ensure the best possible samples. Fast warm-up and recovery time between tests.
We’re developing brand new and completely FREE patient management software for the NObreath FeNO monitor and we are pleased to announce the beta version of FeNOchart™ is now available to download here.