Chromatech is beginning its start-up journey with intelligent medical diagnostic devices. Chromatech uses computer vision and image processing to measure blood factors and improve the accuracy of diagnoses. Chromatech diagnostic is an xPOCT device that measures different blood factors and then uploads the data to your phone to present on the screen.
For centuries, humankind has struggled to control and cure diseases and conditions. With the increasing advancement of technology, we are closer to our goal than ever. To start treating cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and kidney disease, we first need to take some preliminary tests to start the treatment properly. Even then, there is further periodic testing required to control the procedure.
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Our product to achieve a system for measuring biochemical blood factors in the non-laboratory environment is based on utilizing smartphone hardware and software features in low measurement time (3 minutes). Our method offers more parameters than other commercial home health monitoring xPOCT devices. Utilizing artificial intelligence for data analysis, automatically recording the results, continuous and long-term data logging, and alerting cardiovascular risks are other critical benefits of our solution.
With the new chromatech Gadget, everyone from patients to physicians can take blood tests and register their results with great ease and add results to the medical records.
Chromatech accurately measures Urea, keratin, glucose, LDL, HDL, cholesterol, and triglycerides levels in your blood.
Using chromatech is time-efficient and straightforward.
Our device includes:
An illuminating sample collection slide holder.
An enzyme-coated slide.
A smartphone with the installed software.
The significant reduction in time and financial resources used in old-fashioned testing methods.
Storing your data in chromatech cloud gives you easy access to your medical records wherever you are.
Chromatech is suitable to be used by medical doctors, patients, health centers, and hospitals