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Asthma Monitoring Devices - NIOX MINO

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danisaxon: An excerpt from Primary Care Respiratory Journal (2009), states that FENO was measured according to current guidelines using a NIOX MINO electrochemical analyzer or a NIOX chemiluminescence analyzer (both Aerocrine, Solna, Sweden). The latter...

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An excerpt from Primary Care Respiratory Journal (2009), states that FENO was measured according to current guidelines using a NIOX MINO electrochemical analyzer or a NIOX chemiluminescence analyzer (both Aerocrine, Solna, Sweden). The latter was available at the Research Unit, 5km. from the Health Centre, but was used only when there was technical failure of the NIOX MINO. It seems that the NIOX MINO Analyzer had frequent technical failures and significant sensor inaccuracy issues causing the researcher to apply a manual correction factor and/or rely on the expensive NIOX lab instrument as a backup.

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An excerpt from Primary Care Respiratory Journal (2009), states that FENO was measured according to current guidelines using a NIOX MINO electrochemical analyzer or a NIOX chemiluminescence analyzer (both Aerocrine, Solna, Sweden). The latter was available at the Research Unit, 5km. from the Health Centre, but was used only when there was technical failure of the NIOX MINO. It seems that the NIOX MINO Analyzer had frequent technical failures and significant sensor inaccuracy issues causing the researcher to apply a manual correction factor and/or rely on the expensive NIOX lab instrument as a backup.

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An excerpt from Primary Care Respiratory Journal (2009), states that FENO was measured according to current guidelines using a NIOX MINO electrochemical analyzer or a NIOX chemiluminescence analyzer (both Aerocrine, Solna, Sweden). The latter was available at the Research Unit, 5km. from the Health Centre, but was used only when there was technical failure of the NIOX MINO. It seems that the NIOX MINO Analyzer had frequent technical failures and significant sensor inaccuracy issues causing the researcher to apply a manual correction factor and/or rely on the expensive NIOX lab instrument as a backup.

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An excerpt from Primary Care Respiratory Journal (2009), states that FENO was measured according to current guidelines using a NIOX MINO electrochemical analyzer or a NIOX chemiluminescence analyzer (both Aerocrine, Solna, Sweden). The latter was available at the Research Unit, 5km. from the Health Centre, but was used only when there was technical failure of the NIOX MINO. It seems that the NIOX MINO Analyzer had frequent technical failures and significant sensor inaccuracy issues causing the researcher to apply a manual correction factor and/or rely on the expensive NIOX lab instrument as a backup.

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An excerpt from Primary Care Respiratory Journal (2009), states that FENO was measured according to current guidelines using a NIOX MINO electrochemical analyzer or a NIOX chemiluminescence analyzer (both Aerocrine, Solna, Sweden). The latter was available at the Research Unit, 5km. from the Health Centre, but was used only when there was technical failure of the NIOX MINO. It seems that the NIOX MINO Analyzer had frequent technical failures and significant sensor inaccuracy issues causing the researcher to apply a manual correction factor and/or rely on the expensive NIOX lab instrument as a backup.

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An excerpt from Primary Care Respiratory Journal (2009), states that FENO was measured according to current guidelines using a NIOX MINO electrochemical analyzer or a NIOX chemiluminescence analyzer (both Aerocrine, Solna, Sweden). The latter was available at the Research Unit, 5km. from the Health Centre, but was used only when there was technical failure of the NIOX MINO. It seems that the NIOX MINO Analyzer had frequent technical failures and significant sensor inaccuracy issues causing the researcher to apply a manual correction factor and/or rely on the expensive NIOX lab instrument as a backup.

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An excerpt from Primary Care Respiratory Journal (2009), states that FENO was measured according to current guidelines using a NIOX MINO electrochemical analyzer or a NIOX chemiluminescence analyzer (both Aerocrine, Solna, Sweden). The latter was available at the Research Unit, 5km. from the Health Centre, but was used only when there was technical failure of the NIOX MINO. It seems that the NIOX MINO Analyzer had frequent technical failures and significant sensor inaccuracy issues causing the researcher to apply a manual correction factor and/or rely on the expensive NIOX lab instrument as a backup.

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An excerpt from Primary Care Respiratory Journal (2009), states that FENO was measured according to current guidelines using a NIOX MINO electrochemical analyzer or a NIOX chemiluminescence analyzer (both Aerocrine, Solna, Sweden). The latter was available at the Research Unit, 5km. from the Health Centre, but was used only when there was technical failure of the NIOX MINO. It seems that the NIOX MINO Analyzer had frequent technical failures and significant sensor inaccuracy issues causing the researcher to apply a manual correction factor and/or rely on the expensive NIOX lab instrument as a backup.

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An excerpt from Primary Care Respiratory Journal (2009), states that FENO was measured according to current guidelines using a NIOX MINO electrochemical analyzer or a NIOX chemiluminescence analyzer (both Aerocrine, Solna, Sweden). The latter was available at the Research Unit, 5km. from the Health Centre, but was used only when there was technical failure of the NIOX MINO. It seems that the NIOX MINO Analyzer had frequent technical failures and significant sensor inaccuracy issues causing the researcher to apply a manual correction factor and/or rely on the expensive NIOX lab instrument as a backup.

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An excerpt from Primary Care Respiratory Journal (2009), states that FENO was measured according to current guidelines using a NIOX MINO electrochemical analyzer or a NIOX chemiluminescence analyzer (both Aerocrine, Solna, Sweden). The latter was available at the Research Unit, 5km. from the Health Centre, but was used only when there was technical failure of the NIOX MINO. It seems that the NIOX MINO Analyzer had frequent technical failures and significant sensor inaccuracy issues causing the researcher to apply a manual correction factor and/or rely on the expensive NIOX lab instrument as a backup.

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