In the United States, the state of Texas has been using the Golgi apparatus to check the breath of anyone who comes into contact with it.
The apparatus can measure breath and saliva, as well as blood and other bodily fluids, in the person’s system.
It is also used in emergency situations where the person has been drinking and may not be able to take the necessary precautions.
“If you can breath, you are doing well,” says Dr. John B. Hochberg, a Houston-based breath analyzer specialist.
“You don’t have to do much testing.”
The Golgi is being used in Houston, Dallas, Austin and other major metropolitan areas, according to Hochburg.
While it’s not yet widely available in the United Kingdom, the American Golgi has already been approved for use in that country.
In the UK, there is currently no government-approved breath test for breath, but the Government is trying to get approval for a commercial breath test, which would be the Golgios main competitor.
Dr. Bishnu Patel, a specialist in human biology at the University of Bristol, UK, says that there are a number of ways to measure breath, including the International Bicyle Breath Analyzer, the Australian Breath Analyzers BreathMeter and the American Bicylar Breath Analyzing Device.
He says that in the UK the Golgy can be used to check a person’s breath.
“It can’t tell you whether they’re drunk, or whether they have a headache,” he says.
“They just give you an indication of how well they’re breathing.”
Dr. Patel says that while the Golgie is not the same as the British breathalyzer, it is comparable to it in terms of the technology used.
“I think you can see the similarities with the British system,” he explains.
“In the UK it’s a real-time measurement, whereas in the US it’s an oral test that the Golgo is attached to.”
“The British system is actually much more sophisticated,” he adds.
“The Golgi device is attached at the time of the test to a patient’s skin, so the skin is not exposed to the outside world.”
For instance, Patel says the Golga is attached directly to the skin, not to the person.
The UK system has been tested extensively and it is currently approved by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) for use.
The US is also using the device to test people for alcohol.
Dr Patel says, “The UK is more than capable of testing someone’s breath for alcohol and that’s what they’re doing.
It’s a much more rigorous test than the UK system.”
The American Golgia also uses saliva to measure the breath, which is a bit more invasive.
“There’s a lot of different ways of measuring breath, and a lot different saliva types,” says Patel.
“For a breath test to be accurate, the saliva sample must contain the right amount of saliva.
You can’t get enough saliva in a breath sample, and the saliva needs to be free of contaminants.”
While the Golgeri has been approved by HSE, the US has not yet approved a commercial product.
The American Medical Association is currently debating whether the Golgei is a “technology” that should be used in the healthcare industry.
In a statement, the association said it would “evaluate the accuracy and reliability of breath tests, including those of the American Medical Society and other healthcare organizations, and consider other ways to ensure they’re safe.”
The association has also been working to get the Golging industry certified by the American Heart Association, which means it must have undergone the same stringent testing procedures as the Golgers.
“This is a good first step,” says Hochber.
“Hopefully the FDA will eventually approve the Golguis breath testing, and that would be a very big step in the right direction.”