Dr Victor Higgs (Director at Applied Nanodetectors Ltd) was to invited to present at the first conference on the Application of Nanotechnologies and Nanomaterials in Medicine organized by Dr. Bojan Boskovic from Carbon Nanomaterials Technology Ltd. The event took place on May 29th at Homerton College, Cambridge, UK and it was attended by more than 70 [...]
By regularly monitoring the concentration of exhaled trace gas chemicals in a patient’s breath it is possible to help asthma sufferers control their condition before they even develop any symptoms.
Breath analysis can be used as a point of care diagnostic tool for disease management. Regular monitoring leads to more effective patient treatment and reduction of healthcare costs.
Mobile Health, supported by the use of mobile phones and other wireless devices improves the delivery of healthcare information to practitioners and real-time monitoring of patient vital signs.
Point of Care Diagnostics
POINT OF CARE DIAGNOSTICS
Diagnostic testings improve the quality of healthcare provided and to reduce healthcare costs through shorter hospital visits and ensuring treatment is relevant and more cost-effective.