Early bacterial detection

Next generation diagnostics - Sample, measure, result

Accuracy

100% specificity and sensitivity

Measurement time

60 seconds

Point-of-care

No patient-to-patient transmission

Early treatment

Longer life expectancy and better life quality

Time Saving

Fewer doctor appointments

Money saving

Cheaper cost per analysis

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Make confident decisions

Use PseudoSense to closely monitor the infection status in patients. Gain knowledge regarding complete eradication of the bacteria upon antibiotic treatment. PseudoSense is an assisting tool for clinical decision making.

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PseudoSense

– simple, accurate, fast

Place a drop of the sample on the chip, press measure and get an answer on whether your patient is infected within 60 seconds.

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Welcome to Martin in our team!

Martin holds a BSc in Natural Science from Copenhagen University. He has experience with medicinal biology & chemistry and will join our team as an R&D scientist. Welcome to Martin!

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December 16, 2018 0

Meet PreDiagnose at the Talent & Diversity Summit

Founder of PreDiagnose was invited for an interview at the Talent & Diversity Summit 2018. Other keynote speakers included founder and Executive Chairman, Voluntas Investment & Advisory A/S Morten Albæk,[…]

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November 7, 2018 0

PhD of the Year award goes to the founder of PreDiagnose

Fatima receives DTUs PhD of the Year Award among approximately 360 PhD graduates. Read the university’s description of why they choose Fatima for the award. PhD thesis of the year[…]

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October 31, 2018 0

Get power of certainty in diagnostics

Patients can frequently test themselves at home and the encrypted results will be send to the healthcare provider. Get the results directly on your smartphone or tablet and follow the infection status of your patients. The test results will provide you with concrete data to arrive on the right diagnostic decisions.

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