Biomarkers for cardiovascular disease

Platelets as biomarkers for cardiovascular disease The development of a point-of-care biomarker counter is a breakthrough in medical technology, making it possible for the first time in history to measure platelet activity quickly, easily and at low cost. Activated platelets and specific coagulation factors can be a prediction of an approaching heart attack, thrombosis or …

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PRP Platelet Rich Plasma Separation Centrifuge

Full automatic platelet rich plasma extraction 2M created a first functional prototype of a full automatic PRP separation centrifuge called ANGELINA. This device does full automatic concentration and extraction of thrombocyte or platelets from whole blood for a range of potential medical applications. By using patented sensor technology and a completely new blood separation mechanism …

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Fluorescence imaging techniques for detection of oral cancer

Need for better oral cancer imaging techniques Societal problem Despite the general accessibility of the oral cavity, multiple screening and detection techniques during physical examination, many malignancies are not diagnosed until late stages of disease. Occurrence of oral cancer in 2012 resulted in 372,000 new cases and over 150,000 deaths. 5 year mortality is approx. …

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Photonic sensor & laser technology to test & treat bladder cancer

photonic sensor technology for better bladder cancer treatment Today, bladder cancer is one of the most expensive diseases to treat in the western world. The MIB project is a European research project where engineers and medical doctors develop new instruments for detecting bladder cancer.  Multimodal, Endoscopic Biophotonic Imaging of Bladder Cancer for PoC Diagnosis The …

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Point of Care Platelet/Thrombocyte Counter

PC100 – Platelet Counter Fast & Accurate Accurate thrombocyte counting delivering counting results in minutes using only a minute drop of blood (10-20 microlitre). Validated for counting in whole blood and highly concentrated PRP. The PC100 is a complete Counting solution   consisting of the counting device and disposable kit available for whole blood or …

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Medical device control module with integrated display

The medical device control module with integrated display can form the central control unit of new medical devices. The medical device control module contains a number of common functions that can be found in most medical devices. The medical device control module can easily be modified to meet other device specifications. Medical Device Module Full …

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Effective disinfection of medical devices with LEDs

DESIPAM The Desipam project investigates effective disinfection of medical devices with LEDs. High-power blue LEDs can be used to effectively clean spaces and objects, including antibiotic-resistant bacteria (MRSA, EHEC, ESBL). In the Desipam project we investigate how effective the technique can be used to clean the various medical devices placed in a health kiosk.  Effective …

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Contactless body length / height sensor

Accurately measures human body height 2M is creating a clinical grade non-invasive contactless body length / height sensor intended to measure the body length of humans and to calculate the Body Mass Index (BMI) of users. Class 1m medical product The sensing technology is based on ultrasonic wave technology. The solution also calculates Body Mass …

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ThromboSpin – full automatic LTA sample preparation

Simple & fast sample preparation for LTA platelet function testing In the Thrombospin project we created a first prototype of a full automatic LTA sample preparation device that replaces all the time consuming manual work.  LTA (Light Transmission Aggregometry) is the (golden) standard blood test to diagnose platelet function. Today the manual sample preparation steps take …

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Noninvasive monitoring of blood glucose – multi-laser Raman Spectroscopy

The problem of diabetes Diabetes is an rapidly growing chronic disease with dramatic effects and causes a severe burden on those affected. Today there are around 220 million people globally diagnosed with diabetes. Managing diabetes is a must to prevent further complications and to provide a better quality of life for suffers. Research  by Newman …

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