2012

Diagnostic Indicators on Consumer Packaging

Low-cost, flexible diagnostic indicators must be incorporated onto consumer product packaging. The main focus of the technology should be the diagnosis of bad breath; a printable diagnostic strip on a tube of toothpaste, for example, may be a possible solution for quickly identifying halitosis. The client wants to provide the consumer with a disposable tool to selfdiagnose at point of sale. Solutions could be diagnostics that detect one or multiple states, and could include tests for breath, saliva, sweat, urine, skin cells, and tongue scraping.

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