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The innovational device has an ability to detect of early-stage cancer by a drop of blood

The innovational device for the diagnosis of early-stage cancer by a drop of blood was invented by Chinese scientists. Malignant tumours at an early stage of development are much easier to treat. However, the cancer is extremely hard to identify in the initial phase. In 1989, scientists had discovered in the human  organism heat shock proteins Hsp90α, which, presumably, can be used as cancer biomarkers.

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Microchip device can capture tumor-specific extracellular vesicles

A new microfluidic device developed by investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) can help realize the potential of tumour-derived extracellular vesicles (EVs) - tiny lipid particles that carry molecules through the bloodstream - as biomarkers that could monitor a tumour's response to therapy and provide detailed information to guide treatment choice. The team describes how EVs captured from serum or plasma samples of patients with the dangerous brain tumour glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) provided detailed, tumour-specific genetic and molecular information.

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An Activ Pump is used with outpatient chemotherapy treatment in everyday life

The inventor from Australia has created a special infusion pump that can be used with ambulatory chemotherapy treatment in everyday life. This innovational device has the ability to decrease the stress and improve the daily activities of patients that have cancer (lat. Carcinoma).

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Gloves restore hands' motor capabilities in patients who had a stroke

The novel device can reduce the noise pollution up to 50%

A new camera for glaucoma diagnosis

iLet is a fully integrated bionic pancreas

iLet spinoff is an artificial pancreas of a new generation for diabetics, which was created by Beta Bionics company. The main goal of the company is to facilitate the lives of people who live with diabetes or are associated with glycemic dysregulation. The team of the company consists of bioengineers from Boston University. Adaptive management of the artificial pancreas was developed by such scientists as Ed Damiano and Firas El-Hatib. Then it was laid on the basis of the iLet device.

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This device monitors an individual's glucose level via perspiration on the skin

A wearable, flexible biosensor that can reliably detect and quantify glucose from very small amounts of human sweat has been developed by the researchers from the University of Texas at Dallas. The team has previously demonstrated that their technology can detect cortisol in perspiration. But for diabetics and those at risk for diabetes (lat. Diabetes Mellitus), self-monitoring of blood glucose, or blood sugar, is an important part of managing their conditions. 

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An artificial pancreas device for diabetics patient

The inventor from South Korea developed an ARMC that is a wearable artificial pancreas for diabetics patient, which has the ability to automatically and separately deliver insulin to the patient. It has the ability to autonomously measure the level of glucose in the blood by the help of built-in blood glucose meter device.

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