Biosensors: Medtech’s Greatest Detectives
From detecting brain injuries to monitoring stress, today’s biosensors are being called upon to alert patients and their physicians to changes that might normally be much more expensive or require complex instruments.
Researchers from Ohio State University, Queensland University of Technology, University of California – San Diego, MIT, University of California – Los Angeles, and Hokkaido University are among many who are looking to build better biosensors. These researchers want to simplify measurement and improve disease detection.
Watch this video to see six game-changing developments that are fueling the rise of biosensors for a range of diagnostics.
Biosensor developments highlighted in this video:
- Promising Brain Biosensor Monitors Health
- Biosensors Measure Toxic Drugs in Cancer, Arthritis, and Organ Transplant Patients
- Multitasking Wearable Continuously Monitors Health
- Sensor Measures Pressure in Digestive Tract
- Smartwatch Measures Key Stress Hormone
- Biosensor Monitors Disease Severity