Smokerlyzer

Smokerlyzer

(ˈsməʊkəˌlaɪzə)
n
trademark a device for estimating the amount of carbon monoxide in the breath: used in testing whether or not people, esp schoolchildren, have been smoking
[C20: from smoker + (ana)lyzer]
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Carbon monoxide (CO) levels were tested using a piCO Smokerlyzer (Bedfont, UK) at each visit.
The centre offers a smoking cessation package that includes blood investigations, ECG, Smokerlyzer test to measure the levels of toxic carbon monoxide (CO) inhaled from tobacco smoke.
The centre offers a smoking cessation package that includes blood investigations, ECG, pulmonary function test and Smokerlyzer test to measure the levels of toxic carbon monoxide inhaled from tobacco smoke.
"We can also carry out Smokerlyzer tests to show how much carbon monoxide is in someone's breath - and body mass index (BMI) tests to show someone if they are in a healthy weight range."
Quitting will be verified through participants' registration with a local smoking cessation provider, or the Quitline, and by quit status using a "smokerlyzer" machine.
They use a tool called the Smokerlyzer to measure carbon monoxide in participants' breath.
Exhaled carbon monoxide levels were measured by Micro CO Smokerlyzer (15).
Participants were loaned a hand-held breath CO meter (Bedfont piCO+ Smokerlyzer, COvita, Haddonfield, NJ) during their participation in the study.
Body mass index checks and Smokerlyzer tests, which measure the amount of carbon monoxide in a person's lungs and bloodstream, will also be available.