Abstract

Laser-assisted analytical instrumentation for biomedical diagnostics, in particular for the analysis of exhaled breath, is attracting increasing attention among researchers. The characteristics of laser spectroscopic techniques for breath monitoring are discussed and potential applications are outlined.

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