Autonomous Patch
for Real-Time Detection of Infectious Disease

A-PATCH Project

A-Patch aims to research, develop, and validate a novel non-invasive wearable sensing patch for detection of infectious disease at point-of-care, such as Tuberculosis (TB), from the skin, with an ability to serve as a monitoring and epidemic control tool.

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The A-PATCH Final Seminar took place in Tampere Finland last week both virtually online and on-site. The seminar began with an introduction to the A-PATCH journey and a demonstration of how the A-PATCH device works in action. The audience at
We are happy to share that hybrid patches were successfully printed and tested! No battery, only 20 components. Activation is done via NFC connection, and these days we are developing the NFC-based application.
we invite you to read our new article: "Profiles of Volatile Biomarkers Detect Tuberculosis from Skin" which was published last month in Advanced science journal. Here is the abstract: Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease that threatens >10 million people annually. Despite advances
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