Toxicologist- and Physician-based Indoor Air Quality and Mold Investigations

Clean Air Sciences, Inc. works closely with allergists, medical doctors, and medical toxicologists to aid our clients with investigating sources of exposure for their health issues and medical conditions.  Many of our clients are referred to us by allergists, law firms, medical doctors, and medical toxicologists in the local and tri-state area to conduct field investigations based upon their current medical diagnoses and suspected sources of exposure.

Many clients have suffered from mold-related symptoms for years from heightened sensitivity caused by Lyme Disease and Lyme toxins, a genetic predisposition to mold sensitivity caused by the HLA-DR (Human Leukocyte Antigen - antigen D Related) gene​Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS), and been unable to identify the source of the problem using a "mold inspector".  Our scientist utilizes the latest in building forensic investigative technology with sample analysis developed by the U.S. E.P. A. Environmental Relative Moldiness Index (ERMI) and using the Health Effects Roster of Type Specific Formers of Mycotoxins and Inflammagens - 2nd Version (HERTSMI-2).  Our scientist has been collecting ERMI samples since their beginning in 2006 and expanded to a comprehensive sampling for determination of occupancy issues caused by trace specie levels of mold.  Our investigations are tailored specifically to your health conditions and the possible issues or cause of problem in your home and the analysis goes far beyond spore detection as it counts every particle in the air from each specifiec specie on the panel.

​Many people call us asking for an "Air Quality Test" or "Air Quality Testing" when they want to have "mold testing" or mold inspection and sampling performed.  Others don't really know what to sample for, but based upon the symptoms they describe or the situation in their home or business, we can gather the imformation we need by carefully asking the right questions.  In fact, we ask a lot of questions so that we don't waste your money by sampling for things that won't help to solve your problem

Mycotoxins - A great resource for more information can be found through the link below: http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=164220

The Wikepedia website is a great resource for medical and toxicological information.

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Blood Test Results
Toxicologist reports aid in focusing investigations to probable sources.