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April 26, 2011

Blood-Activated Sensor Could Detect Pancreatitis

Scientists at the University of Texas in the US have developed a low-cost sensor to detect acute pancreatitis quickly and easily. The sensor, which is about the size of a matchbox and consists of an LED, aluminium foil, gelatine and milk protein, can diagnose the disease in two steps.

By cms admin

Scientists at the University of Texas in the US have developed a low-cost sensor to detect acute pancreatitis quickly and easily.

The sensor, which is about the size of a matchbox and consists of an LED, aluminium foil, gelatine and milk protein, can diagnose the disease in two steps.

The device could be a first-line measure in hospitals.

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