With a robust active pipeline of products that address respiratory therapeutic areas, cancer, and autism spectrum disorder, Beyond Air is the world’s leading nitric oxide company.

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Device Therapeutic Area Preclinical Pilot Pivotal PMA Commercial Next Milestone*
LungFit PH Hospital NICU Setting

Low-concentration iNO (≤80 ppm) for pulmonary treatments1

Persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn (PPHN)2

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US FDA approved
CE Mark 2H 2023

Cardiac surgery3

PMA submission 2H 2023
LungFit PRO Hospital Setting

High-concentration iNO (80 to 400 ppm) for antimicrobial treatments

Viral Community-Acquired Pneumonia (VCAP), including COVID-194,5

US VCAP clinical study ongoing


LungFit GO At-home Treatment

High-concentration iNO (80 to 400 ppm) for antimicrobial treatments

Nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) lung infection8,9

Discuss pivotal trial design with FDA in 1H 2024

Severe exacerbations due to lung infections in COPD patients10

COPD pilot initiation 2024/2025, pending FDA discussion
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Drug Therapeutic Area Preclinical Ph1 Ph2 Ph3 NDA Commercial Next Milestone*
nNOS Inhibitor

Neuronal nitric oxide synthase inhibitor

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)11

Ongoing pre-clinical progress; First in-human data anticipated in 2025
Beyond Cancer

Ultrahigh concentration nitric oxide (>10,000 ppm) for immunomodulatory treatments

Multiple solid tumors

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First-in-human data 2H 2023

*All dates are calendar year, and based on projections and appropriate financing, anticipated first launch on a global basis pending appropriate regulatory approvals.

Demonstrated Safety with
High Concentration Nitric Oxide

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5,000+ Treatments Administered
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170+ Patients Treated
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12+ Clinical Settings
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0 Serious Adverse Reactions Related to Nitric Oxide

Beyond Air has 10+ years of experience with high concentration NO, as high as 250 ppm have been tested with no SAEs. Currently, only 20 ppm NO is approved by FDA. Beyond Air has conducted multiple animal studies in 2 species that show intermittent dosing up to 400 ppm NO to be safe with no macroscopic or microscopic findings.

Significant Market Opportunity Exists
to Treat More Patients With Nitric Oxide

Annual Viral Pneumonia Hospitalizations
Annual Bronchiolitis Hospitalizations
Total Refractory NTM Patient Population
Annual Acute COPD Exacerbation-Related Hospitalizations
Solid Tumor

7.5K cases in the United States2
Ex-US includes PPHN and cardiac patients

350K US,12 16M ex-US13

120K US,14 3.2M ex-US15,16

15K US,16 4K EU5,17 15K Japan18

1M US19

LungFit PH LungFit PRO LungFit GO Beyond Cancer

US >$400M
WW >$700M

US >$1.5B
WW >$3B

US >$500M
WW >$1.2B

US >$1B
WW >$2.5B

US >$2.5B
WW >$6B

>$30B global checkpoint inhibitor market in 2021 and growing20

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Caution: LungFit®PRO and LungFit®GO are investigational devices, limited by federal (or United States) law to investigational use.