Microfluidic and transducer technologies for lab on a chip applications

D. Hill*, N. Sandström, K. Gylfason, F. Carlborg, M. Karlsson, T. Haraldsson, H. Sohlström, A. Russom, G. Stemme, T. Claes, P. Bienstman, A. Kazmierczak, F. Dortu, M. J. Bañuls Polo, A. Maquieira, G. M. Kresbach, L. Vivien, J. Popplewell, G. Ronan, C. A. BarriosW. Van Der Wijngaart

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Abstract

Point-of-care diagnostic devices typically require six distinct qualities: they must deliver at least the same sensitivity and selectivity, and for a cost per assay no greater than that of today's central lab technologies, deliver results in a short period of time (<15 min at GP; <2h in hospital), be portable or at least small in scale, and require no or extremely little sample preparation. State-of-the-art devices deliver information of several markers in the same measurement.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)305-307
Number of pages3
Journal2010 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology
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Publication statusPublished - 11 Nov 2010

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    Hill, D., Sandström, N., Gylfason, K., Carlborg, F., Karlsson, M., Haraldsson, T., Sohlström, H., Russom, A., Stemme, G., Claes, T., Bienstman, P., Kazmierczak, A., Dortu, F., Bañuls Polo, M. J., Maquieira, A., Kresbach, G. M., Vivien, L., Popplewell, J., Ronan, G., ... Van Der Wijngaart, W. (2010). Microfluidic and transducer technologies for lab on a chip applications. 2010 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology, 305-307. https://doi.org/10.1109/IEMBS.2010.5627523