A decade ago, a group of professors at Arizona State University (ASU) went to visit clients and were requested to invent a device for Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) tests: accurate, mobile, and easy to operate. Breezing technology was then invented by our co-founders, including the award-winning ASU professor, Dr. Erica Forzani.
Breezing uses cutting edge sensor technology providing accurate Gold Standard results. Thousands of Breezing products have been successfully used for sports training, weight and wellness management since 2011. In 2020, our medical device, Breezing MedTM, obtained FDA 510k clearance.
Breezing can be used for RMR assessment onsite or remotely.
Breezing is the only metabolic rate analyzer with remote assessment capability in the world. This telemedicine feature enables professionals to schedule RMR tests remotely. The test results are exported as CSV files and reviewed by the professionals at the times that work for them. This RMR remote assessment and monitoring feature helps professionals better manage their busy schedules and optimize workflow at training, obesity and related disease centers.
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Proven Track Records
Clinical case studies in collaborations with the Mayo Clinic, the Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine Associates, the University of Arizona, and ASU have proven the use of Breezing leads to efficient personalized weight management. Breezing products have been sold to Mayo Clinic, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center for RMR assessment and monitoring using telemedicine. Breezing validation paper is included in the link: VALIDATION.
We have ten (10) years of proven track records of providing high quality products with outstanding customer services. We also provide flexible contract and price options to meet our customers’ needs. Achievements: We have continually developed innovative and improved technologies and problem-solving solutions to customers since 2011. We developed the first mobile metabolic rate analyzer in the world. Breezing was named one of 10 winners in 2018 ACA Innovation Challenge. In 2020, Breezing was recognized as a finalist in the R&D 100 Awards amongst great innovators in science and technology.
Breezing has been used as the best tool for personalized weight management due to its uniqueness:
High accuracy, validated against the standards (O2/CO2 accuracy < 1%)
Competitive capital cost
Zero maintenance cost
Low cost per test (i.e. low recurring cost)
No manual calibration required
Easy and comfortable to use with no nose clips
Remote or onsite assessment
FDA cleared cleaning/disinfection protocol to ensure safe use
With innovative O2/CO2 sensor integration, Breezing uses indirect calorimetry to measure O2 uptake and CO2 production in breath, RMR, also known as Resting Energy Expenditure (REE). Breezing empowers healthcare providers to design personalized, nutritional and health management programs based on patients’ unique metabolic profiles. Breezing products have been successfully used for researches, sports training, wellness, and health management across the globe. Why calorie calculators do not work? See video below.
Breezing products include Breezing ProTM and Breezing MedTM. To order Breezing Products, click the link: ORDER PRODUCTS.
Breezing ProTM (professional device for researches, sports training, wellness, and health management)
Breezing MedTM (medical device for researches, wellness, and management and/or prevention of obesity and related diseases, FDA 510K cleared, CPT Codes 94690, 99091, 99453, and 99457)
(Note: For using Breezing Tracker for children weight management, contact us at email@example.com for detail.)
While calculations provide population average RMR/REE, clinical studies have indicated calculated RMR/REE using metabolic equation for a patient is misleading due to errors as much as 1000 kcal per day. With Breezing, accurate REE/RMR/RQ measurement, by measuring both (O2/CO2 in breath with low test costs, is possible.