* Molar mass of air and exhaled air
using the Ideal Gas Law
Nineteen professionals were evaluated as smokers by the measurement of carbon monoxide in the exhaled air
(02 assistants, 14 technicians and 03 nurses).
O'Neill, "Volatile organic compounds in exhaled air
from patients with lung cancer," Clinical Chemistry, vol.
(2) time from administration of [sup.13]C methacetin to obtaining the peak elimination of [sup.13]C[O.sub.2] in the exhaled air
(time to peak, TTP), which reflects the kinetics of the process .
When the exhaled warm and moisturised air passes over the surface of the nasal mucosa that has been cooled by the cold air on its way into the lungs, it condenses, just as it does if you blow exhaled air
towards the colder surface of a window pane or a mirror.
Figure 4 shows that when there is no downward plane jet between the two breathing thermal manikins, the exhaled air
from the source manikin can easily approach the breathing zone of the target manikin.
Oksala said however, exhaled air
is a problematic sample material since it requires good cooperation and technique from the patient and immediate analysis, while urine is simple to attain and store, and is therefore more feasible in clinical practice.
Against this background, a new exhaled air
analysis method is to be developed that overcomes the previous operating limits and can be used in routine situations.
A significantly higher eosinophilia in peripheral blood (p=0.015), IgE in total serum (p = 0.000) and the concentration of the nitric oxide in exhaled air
(p = 0.000) were observed among patients with a confirmed diagnosis of asthma.
Temperature and humidity of exhaled air
or body temperature of the subjects likely interfere with these operations.
When exhaled air
blows through them, they vibrate or "flutter" to produce sounds.
(2006) in a two-bed hospital ward showed that the exhaled air
could penetrate a longer distance horizontally under DV.