Test Strips

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    The test strips use our proprietary APOLLOMER probes to bind to the analyte of interest, the binding allows the hardware to detect the analyte.

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    Test strips can be developed to detect almost any substance in blood, urine, or saliva. Each strip can detect up to five substances at once.

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    The test strips are meant for one time use and are disposable.

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    The test strips work similarly to a test strip you would use with a glucometer, have a long shelf life, and are very easy to use.

ApolloDx
Analyzer

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    Unlike traditional testing hardware, our device is very low cost. (only a few hundred dollars)

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    The analyzer performs an electrochemical analysis of the test strips.

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    The analyzer determines what test is present, tells the app to set paramaters for that test, and performs the test.

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    The analyzer reports the test results to the smart device being used.

App

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    The ApolloDx app has been developed for the Android operating system and will soon be available for iOS.

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    The app is the brains of the operation, it sets the incubation time, the parameters for the test, reads the test results, quantitatively and gives either a quantitative or qualitative result to the user, in a simple, easy to read format.

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    To start the test the user simply opens the app and pushes “start test”.

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    With a focus on simplicity the app is very easy to use.

Backend Servers

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    Every test that is taken on the ApolloDx system is reported to our HIPPA compliant backend servers.

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    With the test information, the server is able to integrate test results directly into the patients Electronic Medical Records, and hospital Laboratory Information Systems.

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    Each test is logged with a GPS tag, empowering medical officials to track infectious disease in real time.

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    In the future, the ApolloDx servers will perform advanced analytics on the test results. We hope that this will allow us to learn more about how to optimize individual patient’s medical treatments, stop the rapid spread of infectious disease, and learn more about how ailments spread among general populations.

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