Non-invasive anaemia sensor delivers results to any smartphone

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Smartphones are quickly revolutionizing our lives in many ways, from entertainment to healthcare, as Sano Intelligence recently showed with its blood-monitoring patch, which can analyze data through an app. Similarly, the HemoGlobe screening device developed at the Johns Hopkins University in Maryland is a non-invasive sensor that can detect anaemia in patients and display the results on a smartphone. The sensor is a small plastic device that is placed onto the patient's finger. By shining various wavelengths of light onto the fingertip, the monitor is able to detect the level of haemoglobin in blood, which when lower than normal can…

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