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New Biosensor Technologies: Your Personal, Portable and Always On-call Physician

P. Gammel
Advance Nanotech Inc., US

Keywords:
chronic illness, biosensors, implantable

Abstract:
Wireless biosensors are increasingly seen as a desirable treatment for a range of chronic conditions including diabetes, cardiac conditions and asthma. New nanotechnologies being developed by AVNA and several affiliate companies offer ground-breaking low-cost, disposable integrated sensor interface chips that due to their ultra low power and very small battery size can be implanted in or worn on the body with complete freedom of movement unlike existing bulky monitoring solutions.
 
This presentation will discuss the role that nanotech sensors will play in the treatment of chronic illness, specifically how doctors and patients will be able to monitor a host of chronic illnesses using nanotech devices to increase the effectiveness of available treatments and improve patients’ quality of life. The presentation will include an overview of new technologies used in a wide range of sensors that can be configured to detect vital signs such as ECG, blood oxygen and glucose, body temperature and even motion and mobility.

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