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International asthma specialists and scientists report excellent results with exhaled breath temperature (EBT) measurements.

“Asthmatic subjects have elevated rates of exhaled air temperature ( e°T). This may represent a novel, noninvasive means of measuring airway blood flow and inflammation in asthma.”
P Paredi et al. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2002; 165: 181-184.

“There was a difference between the exhaled air temperature of asthmatics and controls. There was a significant difference between the exhaled air temperature of asthmatics before and after improvement under treatment.”
TA Popov et al. AAAAI Meeting, Miami, 2006

“Temperature of exhaled breath is a useful indicator of asthma / airway inflammation control to be used by physicians and also by individual subjects at home.”
Tanya Kralimarkova et al. European Respiratory Society Meeting, Berlin, 2008

“Changes in airway inflammation during virus-induced acute asthma exacerbations are reflected in EBT changes.”
A Chatziioannou et al. 28th Congress of the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Warsaw, 2009

“….exhaled breath temperature is significantly higher in asthmatic subjects as compared with normal controls and that it can reflect the degree of bronchial inflammation.”
GL Piacentini et al. Clinical and Experimental Allergy 2007; 37: 415-419