19 February 2018 Ultra low-cost, portable smartphone optosensors for mobile point-of-care diagnostics
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Abstract
Smartphone optosensors with integrated optical components make mobile point-of-care (MPoC) diagnostics be done near patients’ side. It’ll especially have a significant impact on healthcare delivery in rural or remote areas. Current FDA-approved PoC devices achieving clinical level are still at high cost and not affordable in rural hospitals. We present a series of ultra low-cost smartphone optical sensing devices for mobile point-of-care diagnosis. Aiming different targeting analytes and sensing mechanisms, we developed custom required optical components for each smartphone optosensros. These optical devices include spectrum readers, colorimetric readers for microplate, lateral flow device readers, and chemiluminescence readers. By integrating our unique designed optical components into smartphone optosening platform, the anlaytes can be precisely detected. Clinical testing results show the clinical usability of our smartphone optosensors. Ultra low-cost portable smartphone optosensors are affordable for rural/remote doctors.
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Li-Ju Wang, Li-Ju Wang, Yu-Chung Chang, Yu-Chung Chang, Rongrong Sun, Rongrong Sun, Lei Li, Lei Li, "Ultra low-cost, portable smartphone optosensors for mobile point-of-care diagnostics", Proc. SPIE 10486, Design and Quality for Biomedical Technologies XI, 104860X (19 February 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2299288; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2299288
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