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    MAT17
    Participant

    Hey!

    Is scio can be used as a platform for blood tests and thus avoid the need for needles?

    The intention is routine tests such as cholesterol, glucose, liver function and other tests are performed today.

    Thank you!

    #2398
    Kinmod
    Participant

    :bye:  I think they mentioned in the FAQ that it’s a no. It won’t work non-invasive.

    #2417
    Ayelet
    Keymaster

     

    Hi,

     

    First, it should be noted that SCiO is NOT a medical device.

    However, planned future versions include the ability to scan different parts of the body and analyze human tissue and fluids such as blood chemistry data.

    Our research has found that substances like glucose have concentration levels that are undetectable for SCiO when used non-invasively. Other molecules, such as hemoglobin, may perhaps one day be detectable because they exist in sufficiently large concentrations within the body.

     

    Ayelet,

    The ConsumerPhysics team

     

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