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Development of low-cost instrument for blood cell measurements in under-resourced countries

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The project will develop low-cost devices for blood cell count and white blood cell differentials to enable wide availability of routine blood testing to large populations.
How does your innovation work?
Developing countries afford to have haematology analyzers in a handful of large hospitals. The project will develop low-cost devices for blood cell count and white blood cell differentials.
The project will develop low-cost devices for blood cell count and white blood cell differentials to enable wide availability of routine blood testing to large populations.
How does your innovation work?
Developing countries afford to have haematology analyzers in a handful of large hospitals. The project will develop low-cost devices for blood cell count and white blood cell differentials.
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Stage 2: Research & Development

Registered in Canadain Canada

Focus Areas:

Health and Non-communicable Diseases

Health and Non-communicable DiseasesSEE LESS

Implemented In:

Egypt and Canada

Egypt and CanadaSEE LESS

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Countries Implemented In
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Milestone

Apr 2013
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Created
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New Country Implemented In
Canada
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New Country Implemented In
Egypt