Gastro+™

Technical Specification

Breath Test How-to Video

Literature

Consumables

Gastro+™ Gastrolyzer

The Gastro+™ is a hand-held and portable hydrogen monitor, for quick and easy breath analysis.
Revolutionary Interface

Full-colour touchscreen with
an easy-to-use interface

2 sampling options

Breath testing by mouthpiece or
by facemask for infant/elderly patients
who struggle to hold their breath

Testing protocols

Built-in testing protocols with
built-in countdown timer

Ergonomic Design

An ergonomic design, fully portable and
incorporated with SteriTouch® technology
for optimum infection control

Patient profiles

Create and store up to 10 patient
profiles to view a graph of their results

Multi-patient testing

Test all 10 patients at one time
even with different protocols

Technical Specification of the Gastro+™

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Concentration range
0-500ppm

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Response time
<40 seconds

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Display
Full-colour touchscreen

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Operating temperature
15-35ᵒC

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Detection principle
Electrochemical sensor

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Storage/transport temperature
0-50ᵒC

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Repeatability
<5%

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Operating humidity
15-90% non-condensing

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Accuracy
≤±3ppm/10%
whichever is greater*

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Sensor operating life
2 years

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Power
3 x AA batteries
(up to 1000 minutes)

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CO cross interference
<4%

*Readings of >200ppm at temperature between 26-35ᵒC can decrease accuracy to 15%.

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Literature

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Catalogue

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Datasheet

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Infection Control
Maintenance Guidelines

Consumables

Our consumables are made to the highest quality at the most cost effective prices.
Gostro+ and Gastrolyzer Mouth Piece

SteriBreath mouthpieces:

SteriBreath™ mouthpieces are individually sealed for optimum infection control.
Condensation confirms an accurate breath sample. SteriBreath mouthpieces are attached to the monitor via the D-piece™.

Facemask adaptor

The facemask adaptor is single-patent-use. A facemask is attached to one end and then the sampling system connects to the monitor via the D-piece™.

Monitor cleaning wipes

Free from alcohol to ensure continued performance of your monitor. Products containing alcohol cannot be used on any of the Gastrolyzer range. Pack of 50 wipes.

OneBreath™

The OneBreath incorporates a one-way valve and an infection control filter, which are proven to remove and trap >99.9% of airborne bacteria1.

D-piece™:

The D-piece incorporates a one-way
valve and an integrated infection control filter
which removes and traps >99% of airborne bacteria
and >96% of viruses. The D-piece
should be changed every four weeks.

Facemask

Facemasks are single-patent-use and
allow the patient to breathe normally
to produce a breath sample. There are
3 sizes: Large, Medium, and Small.

Calibration gas

The Gastro+ requires calibration
every 3 months using 100ppm H2 gas,
provided as a kit or replacement cylinder.

The Gastrolyzer® monitors are products from Bedfont® Scientific Ltd.


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References

1. Public Health England. An Evaluation of Filtration Efficiencies Against Bacterial and Viral Aerosol Challenges Report No. 17/001. London: Public Health England; 2017