Making blood biochemical marker tracking quick and non-invasive

Monitoring metabolites in blood through invasive measures increases the risk of infection and trauma, is expensive, and can’t be performed frequently enough to provide sufficient information to clinicians to decide if intervention is required.

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BloodSense are developing and testing wearable non-invasive sensors to help detect biochemical markers and other elements in a patient’s blood. A small Bluetooth enabled patch will produce readings to a smart device and automatically present data for meaningful analysis.

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We anticipate that the solution will lead to the following key benefits:

- A reduction in nurse time

- A reduction of cross infection

- Early / appropriate intervention

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Why BloodSense?

- Strong technical, academic and clinical team to lead the project.

- Proposed solution is based on existing IP and there is freedom to operate freely

- Good engagement with early adopters

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