The present disclosure relates to the delivery and diagnostics of medical devices. The device includes a dipstick type device. The device comprises a cartridge with additional substances or medications that are designed to be given to a person in the form of a liquid, particles, or fine mist. In particular embodiments, the device can comprise a heating element in order to make the substance vapor and then to give the vapor to the user. In different embodiments, the device comprises at least one or more sensors designed to analyze the one or drugs or substances contained in the cartridge, and identify or determine the expiration date for the drug or substance.

One of the most important aspects of medical diagnostics is being able to identify any medical issue at the time of treatment. There are many bodily fluids that can be accessed without invasive procedures. This includes breath, saliva mucus, tears, and more. These fluids are able to give a detailed evaluation of a health problem. For example biomarkers, such as glucose, alcohol and cancer biomarkers, as well as biomarkers of stress, pregnancy polycystic ovarysyndrome (PCOS) and neurological disorders (e.g., Cushing’s disease, Addison’s diseases, Alzhiemers, multiple Schlerosis (MS) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and Parkinson’s disease, etc. ), osteoporosis and metabolic diseases and many other illnesses can be found in bodily fluids.

Inhalers and vaporizers are used to administer, transform or otherwise disperse a substance in a consumable form (i.e. vapor, fine powder, mist, liquid) for the user. One form of vaporizers includes electronic cigarettes. A Vaporizer, vaporization device or apparatus can be employed to breathe in Caffeine. It could also contain a medicine, an energy booster formulation, a flavor, a supplement, vitamin, mineral, or other component which has been officially identified within the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of America (“HPUS”) or that can be combined with other items.

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