Scientific Findings

Inspirotec spent years collaborating with independent universities and physician practices to demonstrate the science behind its innovative technology. Research has been published. Below are the key scientific findings. For more info, please email info@inspirotec.com.

  • Results correlate with air and dust sampling reference methods. Collaboration with Johns Hopkins University. In Press in Annals of Allergy, Asthma Immunology.
  • Findings provide unique profiles with levels for each home, so avoidance measures can be tailored for each patient. Collaboration with 5 Allergy Practices. Published as Poster at AAAAI, American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.
  • Findings demonstrates utility in patient management with 77% of patients. Collaboration with allergy practice. Published in Annals of Allergy, Asthma Immunology.
  • Results consistent with dynamics of activities within homes. Poster at AAAAI, American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.
  • Results show aerobiome equivalent to reference method for molds and bacteria. Collaboration with Argonne National Labs. Published in Microbiome.

Allergen concentrations in air with Exhale correlate with air filter and vacuumed dust reference methods

  • A, D: mouse
  • B, E: cat
  • C, F: dog
  • A,B,C: Exhale v. air filter
  • D,E,F: Exhale v. vacuumed dust

Allergen concentrations in air with Exhale correlate with air filter and vacuumed dust reference methods

  • A, D: mouse
  • B, E: cat
  • C, F: dog
  • A,B,C: Exhale v. air filter
  • D,E,F: Exhale v. vacuumed dust
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Unique allergen profiles for all 101 patient homes in Chicago area

Unique allergen profiles for all 101 patient homes in Chicago area

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First 21 patient profiles of 12 common airborne allergens showed utility in patient management

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Profiles of aero-allergens at different locations within one home

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Notes:

  • Red arrows show locations where Exhale was run.
  • Mold only in basement
  • Dog high in family room, where dog and family spend most of their time
  • Dog low in girl’s bedroom (door closed and dog excluded)
  • Dog lower in basement (door normally closed)
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Procustes analysis of bacterial community structure as a function of sampling time.

A principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) was generated for each of the replicate electrodes and the filter samples. CV1 and CV2 are the 1st two dimensions of variance that describe the most variance in the multidimensional structure of this population, represented by the percentages on the axes. UniFrac distances from each PCoA were comparatively superimposed by collection time.

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