Category Archive: Theragnostics

Flexible Wiring to Make Garments Into Body Sensors

June 30, 2015

Wearable devices for measuring various diagnostic parameters are becoming more common by the day, but researchers at University of Tokyo are looking forwar Source: Flexible Wiring to Make Garments Into Body Sensors

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▶ Tissue Analytics: DreamIt Health Philadelphia 2014 Demo Day – YouTube

June 2, 2015
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Flexible Paper-Based Biosensing System Screens for Variety of Pathogens

April 3, 2015

Flexible Paper-Based Biosensing System Screens for Variety of Pathogens.

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Hacking the DFU Code: Rethinking the process of how to heal the wound by attacking it every possible step.

May 26, 2014

A great TedTalk on how hackers work, how they think and how to use this process to solve the world's health problems.  Maybe we should use the same mechanism to #hacktheDFU! P  

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Google Glass App Turns Anyone Into Rapid Diagnostic Test Expert

February 27, 2014

Google Glass App Turns Anyone Into Rapid Diagnostic Test Expert.

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Tissue heats up before it breaks down: Dr Paul Brand said it. Now we can see it. FLIR for your iPhone.

January 30, 2014

FLIR One, an iPhone Infrared Thermal Imager by EDITORS on Jan 9, 2014 • 12:27 pm 3 inShare Thermal imaging has been used in military applications for decades, and lately it’s found new uses in construction, engineering, and medicine, among others. Applications in healthcare includesensing locations of brown fat, our body’s “bad fat,” and for performing touch and radiation-free breast exams. There could be a lot more uses for such technology if it was portable enough, such as characterization of wounds and for spotting sites of…

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