2nd Generation FeNO monitor Launched at ERS 2018
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  September 17, 2018  
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#ALT# 2nd Generation FeNO monitor Launched at ERS 2018

The 2nd generation FeNO monitor is launched after the recent publication of the NICE guidance on Asthma: diagnosis, monitoring and chronic asthma management, to improve asthma care, which included the NObreath® FeNO monitor from Bedfont as a recommended device.

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