Breath Analysis as a Potential and Non-Invasive Frontier in Disease Diagnosis: An Overview

@inproceedings{Pereira2015BreathAA,
  title={Breath Analysis as a Potential and Non-Invasive Frontier in Disease Diagnosis: An Overview},
  author={Jorge M. Pereira and Priscilla Porto-Figueira and Carina Cavaco and Khushman Taunk and Srikanth Rapole and Rahul Dhakne and Hampapathalu Nagarajaram and Jos{\'e} Mar{\'i}a Sierra Camara},
  booktitle={Metabolites},
  year={2015}
}
Currently, a small number of diseases, particularly cardiovascular (CVDs), oncologic (ODs), neurodegenerative (NDDs), chronic respiratory diseases, as well as diabetes, form a severe burden to most of the countries worldwide. Hence, there is an urgent need for development of efficient diagnostic tools, particularly those enabling reliable detection of diseases, at their early stages, preferably using non-invasive approaches. Breath analysis is a non-invasive approach relying only on the… CONTINUE READING
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