Lifecare develops and licenses nanotechnology for medical use, to facilitate the production and sale of medical devices. Our own miniaturized sensor technology measures changes by reading osmotic pressure variations in a small chamber. It has several use cases and can e.g. measure glucose and lactate levels by applying different chemical compositions.
The Sencell sensor is invisible once it is injected under a person’s skin and is expected to last for a minimum of six months without calibration. The technology has a range of use cases and can be applied by medical professionals, people with diabetes and high-performance professionals such as professional athletes, firefighters, and soldiers.
The sensor has the size of a grain of rice, allowing the device also to be e.g. integrated in a needle sensor.
Sencell sensor technology provides real-time and accurate glucose readings straight to a smart device. By reading the osmotic pressure, Sencell is able to measure the glucose levels in the blood.
Sencell is a revolutionary device for people with diabetes, providing functions far beyond what present day products and technology do.
Sencell contains a 3D-printed nanosensor that is produced with a licensed manufacturing method called Nano3DSense. The patented Nano3DSense technology enables miniaturization of sensing system, which may be based on highly sensitive micro-electronic mechanical systems and nano-cantilevers.
Lifecare has access to the patented Nano3DSense technology, which opens significant business opportunities to develop additional nanobiosensors for other indications and medical questions.