Welcome to the NObreath® educational portal. Bedfont® have put together a collection of valuable resources for healthcare professionals, including; a series of training videos on asthma and FeNO, links to relevant global asthma and FeNO guidelines, webinars presented by key asthma specialists, and much, much more. Check out everything you need to know about Asthma, FeNO and NObreath® below.
About the NObreath®
The NObreath® is a Fractional exhaled Nitric Oxide (FeNO) device, which can be used to measure airway inflammation for the management and diagnosis of asthma. Recommended by The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), Bedfont’s NObreath® conformed to ATS & ERS guidelines. The NObreath® makes FeNO measuring quick and easy, plus it is completely non-invasive with the ability to device airway inflammation in both adults and children. Furthermore, the ambient monitoring mode enables you to check ambient levels of Nitric Oxide (NO).
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Asthma and FeNO
FeNO and COVID-19
FeNO in the management of asthma
The role of FeNO in primary care respiratory diagnostics
Watch the videos below on how to use the NObreath®, change between chapters for each stage.
Resuming Breath Testing During COVID-19
Please see below the demonstrational video for how to resume breath testing during COVID-19 with the NObreath®. It is even more important now to take extra precautions to ensure the safety of healthcare professionals and patients alike when performing CO breath tests.
Optimising Asthma Care in Patients using FeNO – 1st April 2021
This event was held on Thursday 1st April, and details how FeNO breath testing can aid in the diagnosis and management of asthma, discussing the relevant pathways, and how FeNO could help you and your patients benefit from FeNO measuring in primary care. It also covers the recently made available AAC and PTF funding. Hosted by Carol Stonham MBE, Chair of the PCRS Executive Committee & Senior Respiratory Nurse Practitioner of Gloucestershire CCG.
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FeNO Funding Possibilities – 14th April 2021
This FREE event explained the funding possibilities available for FeNO testing, and detailed how the Accelerated Access Collaborative (AAC) and Pathway Transformation Funding (PTF) applications work and what the questions mean for you, your clinic and your patients.
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