ClotChip assesses blood clotting 95 times faster than current methods, with a single single drop of blood, using miniaturized dielectric spectroscopy.
A finger-prick sample is taken from heart arrhythmia, pulmonary embolism, post surgery, or hemophilia patients, to analyze clotting abilities in the ER or at home. Results are received in 30 minutes.
Caregivers currently cannot quickly assess if a patient with coagulation issues is at risk for spontaneous bleeding, or if the drugs they are taking are effective.
The company is completing clinical trials for use in hemophilia and anticoagulation therapy.
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