Biosensors & Bioelectronics

ISSN: 2155-6210

Open Access

Erin Persil

Department of Organic chemistry, Spain

  • Editorial   
    Wearable chemistry Biosensors in Medical Applications
    Author(s): Erin Persil*

    Wearable biosensors square measure garnering substantial interest thanks to their potential to supply continuous, period physiological info via dynamic, non-invasive measurements of organic chemistry markers in biofluids, like sweat, tears, secretion and ECF. Recent developments have targeted on chemistry and optical biosensors, in conjunction with advances within the non-invasive observation of biomarkers as well as metabolites, microorganism and hormones. With the increasing prevalence of growing population, aging and chronic diseases ceaselessly rising attention prices, the attention system is undergoing a significant transformation from the normal hospital-centered system to associate degree individual-centered system. Wearabl.. Read More»

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