Published in Blood Weekly, December 7th, 2000
Once refined, the technique should please patients and health care workers alike, as the process does not require drawing of blood.
Thomas K. Aldrich, PhD, and colleagues at the Montefiore Medical Center & Albert Einstein College of Medicine, with support from Essential Medical Devices, Inc., developed this application of length-normalized spectrophotometry. Aldrich has submitted a patent application for the technique, currently pending, which has been assigned to Essential Medical Devices. Aldrich...
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