Vivo Oxidative Stress(Free Radiacal ) Measuring System

Vivo Oxidative Stress(Free Radiacal ) Measuring System


What is Oxidative Stress ?

Free radicals are unstalbe molecules that steal electrons from other molecules. They constantly attack other molecules in a process knownas oxidative stress. In the perfect situation, the body’s normal cellular repair functions would be able to repair the damage created by oxidative stress. However, if you have an elevated level of free radicals and not enough antioxidants to balance them cellular damage results. Hence oxidative stress is an imbalance between free radicals production and existing antioxidant defences.

Oxidative stress testing:
the cutting edge for today’s health care fields
Oxidative stress is not a disease but a negative condition which can lead to or accelerate it. Powerful and accumulating evidence and scientific literature demon- strates that a proper balance between oxidants and antioxidants is involved in maintaining health, wellness and longevity and an alteration can result is disorders and diseases including:

Inflammation, neurodegenerative-diseases cardiovascular, disease, cancer, ageing, arthritis respiratory diseases, kidney disorders, gout diabetes and many more.

Interpreting the Vivo Score

The client’s oxidative stress score will fall within one of the following categories:

  • VIVO translates the end-color of the reagent into a VIVO score
    a numeric value between 1 and 999 Correlates to the amount of oxiative stress detected in the exhaled breath condensate sample.
  • Higher the score, the greater prevalence of oxidative stress markers

Technical Specifications

 

Items Specifications
Lenght 5.5 Inches
Height 4.005 Inches
Thickness 1.375 Inches
Weight ~254g (~8.9oz)
Power Source 9v Li
System Storage Temprature VIVI 41°F to 86°F (5°C to 30°C) Excursions are permitted from 0°C to 60°C (32°F to 140°F); return to an ambient
temperature before testing. Vivo Breath Tubes must be brought to controlled room temperature (18°C to 25°C(
64°F to 77°F)) prior to testing.