WinLand Medical is a global Infrared Spectroscopy technology brand that develops and manufactures analysis instrument, medical devices, and a wide array of sensors. We have high-qualified respiratory testing products including C13-Urea Breath Test, ETCO2 mainstream sensor, ETCO2 sidestream sensor, multigas sensor, hand-held anesthesia machine monitor，etc. We also provide OEM for those requiring an easy-to-integrate, flexible solution for measuring respiratory gases in a wide range of clinical applications and patient populations.
End tidal CO2 (ETCO2) is the maximum expired carbon dioxide concentration during a respiratory cycle.
The graphical representation of EtCO2 is shown in a waveform format and is known as a capnogram. CO2 monitoring provides information not only regarding pulmonary function, but also indirect cardiac function, ventilator function, and perfusion.
In the American Heart Association (AHA) 2015 Guidelines, continuous waveform capnography is a Class I, LOE A recommendation for confirming and monitoring correct placement of an endotracheal tube.1
Because a sustained increase in PETCO2 during CPR is an indicator of return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC), the AHA Guidelines also recommend using capnography in intubated patients to monitor CPR quality, optimize chest compressions, and detect ROSC during chest compressions or when the rhythm check reveals an organized rhythm (Class IIb, LOE C).1
Capnoeasy is a real-time portable capnography mainstream device which can test ETCO2 and RR(respiration rate), it can be applied in Emergency medicine, operating room(OR), intensive care unit(ICU), long-term acute care, monitoring of endotracheal tube placement, etc.
The urea breath test is a rapid diagnostic procedure used to identify infections by Helicobacter pylori, a spiral bacterium implicated in gastritis, gastric ulcer, and peptic ulcer disease. It is based upon the ability of H. pylori to convert urea to ammonia and carbon dioxide. Urea breath tests are recommended in leading society guidelines as a preferred non-invasive choice for detecting H. pylori before and after treatment (That’s why we use non-radioactive C13 urea tablet).
1): Blow up the first collection bag.
2): Take one C13-Urea tablet.
3): Wait for 20 minutes.
4): Blow up the second collection bag.
5): Test two bags of breath samples with an analyzer.
Tips: Don’t eat anything before your test.