A poster was presented by the Nanodem consortium at the Micro-Nano-Bio Convergence Systems conference in Toulouse The poster describes work to develop a system for the continuous, automated monitoring of immunosuppressants in transplant patients.
A joint project between Aston University and Probe Scientific Ltd has come to a satisfactory conclusion.
Probe Scientific has been successful in its application for grant funds as part of the highly rated EU clamp study. This will result in Probe’s MicroEye® being evaluated in a number of key European centres. MicroEye® will be evaluated with a variety of different sensor and pump systems.
Microdialysis is being used extensively for research and increasingly for the bedside monitoring of patients. The foundations of this technique can be seen in the convergence of technological advances in micro-fluidics and electrochemistry.
Probe is pleased to announce that its project to develop its own Continuous Monitoring System is nearing conclusion.