the missing puzzle piece to your allergy and asthma prevention and treatment plans!
Traditional tests alert you to any mold, even harmless mold that won’t affect your health. Exhale’s mold test finds only the mold that is growing and may be harmful to health.
Exhale allows you to work with your patients to:
Improve compliance with a graph of allergen load
Verify allergens, or molds, you or your patient suspect
Clarify why symptoms are increasing despite medications
Guide start or adjustment of immunotherapy
Evaluate home renovation projects, hypoallergenic pets, etc.
Allergens: dust mite, mold, cat, dog, ragweed pollen, grass pollen, tree pollen, and mouse and roach allergens
Mold: all active mold, including black mold. No speciation provided.
Exhale is Easy for You
Direct patients online to purchase with discount card
Visit with patient to discuss Exhale findings
Receive a fee for interpretation or donate to ACAAI, AAAAI, AFI
Exhale is Easy for your Patients
Purchase online and receive kit by mail
Collect air sample and mail back for testing
Receive a report and visit with you to discuss findings
This represents a unique opportunity for customers to identify exposure and take a plan of action. It is user friendly cost-effective innovation.
The ease of use and accuracy of the new platform has exceeded our expectations. We are very excited about applying this technology to improving our understanding of microbial community structure in indoor air.
This is a useful, informative tool that provides needed information with significant added value.
Inspirotec gives you the tools to make your home an allergen free zone. And it is a way to help you breathe better at night.
Exhale’s technology is patented in the US and globally. It uses electrokinetic propulsion, which is the same principle used by NASA for space propulsion. Air is moved at 100 liters per minute. There are no fans, pumps or any moving parts.
Research was done in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University, University of Chicago, Harvard University and Argonne National Labs and published in Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology; the Microbiome and as posters at ACAAI, EAACI and AAAAI. Click here to view research studies.