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A gas sensor measuring acetone level in exhaled air from Olythe SAS can aid in the diagnosis of certain pathologies such as ketosis or diabetic ketoacidosis.

The OCIEngine sensor uses IR spectroscopy technology and consists of a measuring tank traversed by IR radiation. When the exhaled air passes through this cell, the molecules of interest absorb some of the radiation, which reduces the intensity of the optical signal. The concentration of the gas can therefore be calculated according to the Beer-Lambert law of physics. The fluctuation of the IR radiation emitted in contact with the molecules avoids any transformation or deterioration of the sensor and the elements which could alter its operation.

Photonics Spectra
Apr 2023

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