How about some greater detail on the significance of the numerical breath readings?

Research reports about the etiologies of breath malodor agree that the vast majority of halitosis originates with the anaerobic bacterial degradation of sulfur containing amino acids within the oral cavity, resulting in the emission of hydrogen sulfide (H2S), methyl mercaptan (CH3SH), and dimethyl sulfide (CH3SCH3), collectively referred to as volatile sulfur compounds (VSC). The Halimeter®…

My Halimeter® readings are jumping all over the place and the sensor is new; or I am witnessing the readings jumping ±100-200 ppb.

All new sensors are a little more sensitive than the sensor you replaced. Remember that the instrument is reading in ppb (parts-per-billion) levels. As time goes by, a new sensor will calm down a bit. It is normal for the Halimeter®readings to jump ±10 ppb. If you are observing the instrument spiking quickly either positive…