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Breathe Safely Health Seal awarded Best of Show in Medical Category at Inspire™, 2015 Innovation Expo at Minneapolis Convention Center. This event was hosted by the Inventors Resource Center, a program of the Minnesota Inventors Congress.


By clicking on the links below you can see the actual studies cited on our first page:

(1)  This 2009 study concludes that the face to mask seal is the priority to improving mask performance.

(2) A study detailing inward leakage of masks when health care workers wear them in the real world.

 (3)  N95 masks use filter media that block 95% of the infectious particles in the air but the facial/mask seal when used in non laboratory environments (when healthcare worker move and talk) will perform at best at 70% according to a study done in 2012.