Biosensors are being developed to provide rapid, quantitative, diagnostic information to clinicians in order to help guide patient treatment, without the need for centralised laboratory assays. The success of glucose monitoring is a key example of where technology innovation has met a clinical need at multiple levels – from the pathology laboratory all the way to the patient's home. However, few other biosensor devices are currently in routine use. Here we review the challenges and opportunities regarding the integration of biosensor techniques into body fluid sampling approaches, with emphasis on the point-of-care setting.
Determination of urinary glucose by a flow injection analysis amperometric biosensor and ion-exchange chromatography
Clinical evaluation of the macroduct sweat collection system and conductivity analyzer in the diagnosis of cystic fibrosis
Immediate feedback of HbA1c levels improves glycemic control in type 1 and insulin-treated type 2 diabetic patients
Decreased analyte transport through implanted membranes: differentiation of biofouling from tissue effects
Clinical evaluation of the GlucoWatch biographer: a continual, non-invasive glucose monitor for patients with diabetes
Accuracy of the GlucoWatch G2 Biographer and the continuous glucose monitoring system during hypoglycemia: experience of the Diabetes Research in Children Network
Development of an oral biosensor for salivary amylase using a monodispersed silver for signal amplification
Variables influencing intravenous catheter insertion difficulty and failure: an analysis of 339 intravenous catheter insertions
Comparison of a needle-type and a microdialysis continuous glucose monitor in type 1 diabetic patients
A sensor to detect the early stages in the development of crystalline Proteus mirabilis biofilm on indwelling bladder catheters
Evaluation of the accuracy of a microdialysis-based glucose sensor during insulin-induced hypoglycemia, its recovery, and post-hypoglycemic hyperglycemia in humans
Dynamic application of microprojection arrays to skin induces circulating protein extravasation for enhanced biomarker capture and detection
Enzyme Biosensors for Biomedical Applications: Strategies for Safeguarding Analytical Performances in Biological Fluids
On-chip electrochemical immunoassay platform for specific protein biomarker estimation in undiluted serum using off-surface membrane matrix
Toward practical application of paper-based microfluidics for medical diagnostics: state-of-the-art and challenges
Allometric scaling of skin thickness, elasticity, viscoelasticity to mass for micro-medical device translation: from mice, rats, rabbits, pigs to humans
Evaluation of lacrimal production, osmolarity, crystallization, proteomic profile, and biochemistry of capuchin monkeys' tear film
Printing Flexible and Hybrid Electronics for Human Skin and Eye-Interfaced Health Monitoring Systems
A novel split mode TFBAR device for quantitative measurements of prostate specific antigen in a small sample of whole blood.
An Equipment-Free, Paper-Based Electrochemical Sensor for Visual Monitoring of Glucose Levels in Urine
Screen-Printed Glucose Sensors Modified with Cellulose Nanocrystals (CNCs) for Cell Culture Monitoring.
Using Continuous Glucose Monitoring to Motivate Physical Activity in Overweight and Obese Adults: A Pilot Study.
A Noninvasive Wearable Device for Real-Time Monitoring of Secretion Sweat Pressure by Digital Display
Bacterial cellulose-based re-swellable hydrogel: Facile preparation and its potential application as colorimetric sensor of sweat pH and glucose.
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