Breathtec Biomedical Provides Update on Breathalyzer to Detect Disease

Breathtec Biomedical Inc. (OTCQB: BTHCF) (CSE: BTH), in collaboration with Cannabix Technologies Inc. (OTC: BLOZF) (CSE: BLO) has announced development updates for its breathalyzer disease detection device. The new device called “V3” is based off FAIMS (field asymmetric waveform ion mobility).

The “V3” is designed to operate on its own with its own FAIMS detector, but it will also work paired with a triple-quadrupole mass spectrometer (MS) device. Breathtec said in a statement that testing has shown a direct correlation between V3 device and the MS. MS is considered to be the optimal detection.

The device has also received new modifications such as a modular design allowing for faster iterative development and a size reduction.

Chief technology officer Mike Costanzo said, "Breathtec Biomedical remains dedicated to the development of a highly sensitive breathalyzer for disease detection. With our collaboration with Cannabix and the Vancouver technical team, we can expedite the testing and analysis of biomarkers related to disease.”

The device is still in development and research. Breathtec plans to continue development based off research conducted on biomarkers found in the breath connected to diseases.

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