Ultrasonic Device Diagnoses Disease in 30 Minutes, University of Glasgow Study

Published: Jul 26, 2013

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A low-cost medical diagnostic device for conditions including Chlamydia and gonorrhoea promises to break the cycle of infection by returning results in 30 minutes. The automated device, developed by Dr Julien Reboud, a Research Fellow at Glasgow University’s Division of Biomedical Engineering, can make a diagnosis with a small sample - such a finger prick of blood - and can be used by anyone without any specialist training.

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