HYDROGENIUS is a breath monitor used for Hydrogen Breath Testing (HBT) and measures hydrogen (H2) levels in expired breath. It can be used as an aid to detect gastro-intestinal disorders like food malabsorption, sugar intolerances and Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) in a non-invasive, patient friendly manner.
HYDROGENIUS is a user-friendly, hand-held monitor that allows automatic testing for up to 10 patients in one session. It can be used without any warm up time, gives instant results and has built-in suggested testing protocols and alarms for even more ease of use.
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Procedure Type: Hydrogen Breath Testing
Concentration Range (H2): 0-500 ppm
Display: Full Color Touchscreen
Detection Principle: Electrochemical Sensor
Repeatability: < 5%
Accuracy: ± 10%
Carbon Monoxide Cross-Sensitivity: < 1%
Sensor Operating Life: 2 Years
Sensor Sensitivity: 1 ppm
Sensor Drift: < 2% per Month
T90 Response Time: < 40 seconds
Power: 3 x AA (LR6 or Equivalent) & 1 x CR2032 Lithium Coin Cell
Approx. Battery Life (3 x AA): 1,000 mins.
Approx. Battery Life (1 x CR2032): 175,000 hrs.
Operating Temperature Range: 15-35°C (Storage/Transport 0-50°C)
Operating/Transport/Storage Pressure: Atmospheric ±10%
Operating Humidity: 15 – 90% non-condensing
Dimensions: Approx. 37mm x 77mm x 140mm
Weight: Approx. 215g (including batteries)
Materials: Case: polycarbonate/ABS blend; SteriTouch® anti-microbial additive; D-piece™: polypropylene
Hydrogen Breath Testing (HBT) is a non-invasive, sensitive means of detection for gastro-intestinal disorders. Hydrogen breath tests make use of gut bacteria’s ability to digest sugars and convert these to hydrogen, which is then absorbed into the blood and can be measured in exhaled breath. The tests can be used to detect gastro-intestinal disorders like food malabsorption, sugar intolerances and Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO).