Innovation for Personalized Weight Management

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World’s 1st mobile metabolic rate analyzer

 

Breezing’s metabolism technology was invented by the award wining professors and it’s devices were designed by a team led by Mayo Clinic fellow, chief clinic officer, Dr. Forzani for academic, sports performance, and clinical applications with FDA clearance. Breezing has been validated against the Gold Standards by independent 3rd parties. Breezing products are being utilized by Mayo Clinic, Harvard Medical School, Northwestern Univ. Sports Program, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, and many others worldwide. Click the link: REQUEST DEMO to experience Breezing.
 
 
The breakthrough sensor technology uses a single stamp-sized sensor cartridge, which accurately measures both oxygen (O2) and carbon dioxide (CO) in breath and Resting Energy Expenditure (REE), using indirect calorimetry. Breezing’s FDA’s cleared cleaning/disinfection protocol ensures safe use.

 
Why Breezing?

    1. Cutting edge O2& COsensor technology (O2& COaccuracy < 1%)
    2. Accurate Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR), respiratory quotient results
    3. Competitive device cost, low recurring cost
    4. No manual calibration, no maintenance needed
    5. Easy & comfortable to use with no nose clips
    6. Remote or onsite assessment
    7. HIPAA-compliant apps
    8. FDA 510k cleared (Breezing MedTM)

REE/RMR assessments using indirect calorimetry is more accurate than REE predictive equations Click this link to review – Paper published in the Global Journal of Obesity,
Diabetes, and Metabolic Syndrome with Consultant Dr. St Jeor

 
 
The benefits Breezing can bring you:

    1. Improving patient’s better adherence to healthier behavior
    2. Improving RMR test efficiency
    3. Workflow optimization: Breezing enables healthcare providers to
      better manage work schedule
    4. Breezing’s flexible price options: affordable prices with
      flexible contract & pricing options
    5. Generating more revenue
    6. Cash payment or insurance reimbursement

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    Awards Received: Top 10 winners in 2018 ACA Innovation Challenge, Finalist in 2020 R&D 100 Awards in science and technology.
     
     
    Breezing Products:
    (1) Breezing ProTM (professional device) for researches, athlete sports training, wellness, and health management; and (2) Breezing MedTM (medical device) for wellness, management and/or prevention of obesity and related diseases, and FDA 510K cleared with insurance reimbursement.
     

    Why calorie calculators do not work?  See video below.


     

     

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Users

No More REE/RMR/RQ Guesswork

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/CO in breath with low test costs, is possible.

Breezing: Science, Technology, Device, & Apps

Breezing precisely measures metabolic data (REE/RMR and RQ) from a patient’s breath using a disposable, single-use O2/CO sensor cartridge, syncing the data through a mobile app.

1. The Science

Breezing is based on proven science and clinically validated technology.

2. The Sensor Technology

Breezing’s proprietary technology combines traditional O2 and CO2 sensors into a single sensor cartridge, offering precise RMR measurement without the need for manual calibration.

3. The Device

Using Breezing is simple: just insert the sensor cartridge, wear the device, and breathe for 10 mins. No lengthy setup and manual calibration needed.

4. The Mobile App

The app guides the measurement, displaying the results, history, and progress of each patient.

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