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Novel ultrasensitive detection device for early Sepsis diagnosis

Project description

Detecting sepsis in less than half an hour – a detection device without peer

Sepsis constitutes a global health issue and early detection during the first hours is crucial for survival. To assist in the prompt diagnosis of sepsis, the EU-funded IVD4Sepsis project has developed an ultrasensitive equipment capable of detecting 30 sepsis-associated biomarkers at the same time at a fraction of the cost of other technologies. Diagnosis takes less than 20 min and sensitivity is a million times higher than current methods used in clinical practice. Given the high number of sepsis-associated deaths, the IVD4Sepsis device has the potential to improve the outcome of the condition by offering fast and ultrasensitive diagnosis.

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Net EU contribution
€ 50 000,00
Av. De Fernando De Casas Novoa, 37, 3b
15707 Santiago De Compostela

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Galicia A Coruña
Activity type
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Other funding
€ 50 000,00