Measurement of the Hematocrit Using a Paper-Based Microfluidic Device.

Berry, Samuel.

The detection and quantification of blood cells provide critical information about a patient’s health status. A number of sophisticated instruments, such as hematology analyzers, have been developed to perform these measurements, but limited-resource settings are often lacking the infrastructure required to purchase, operate, and maintain instrumentation. To address the practical difficulties of l... read more

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Undergraduate Honors Theses
Microfluidic devices.
Medical technology.
Tufts University. Department of Chemistry.
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