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Sepsis is a potentially fatal immune response to bacteria and fungi infection in the human body. Early diagnosis is crucial. SMARTDIAGNOS will achieve 1-3 hours diagnosis time, 95% sensitivity, and 99% accuracy, decreasing morbidity and mortality up to 20%.
Smartdiagnos

Sepsis is a potentially fatal immune response to bacteria and fungi infection in the human body. Early diagnosis is crucial. SMARTDIAGNOS will achieve 1-3 hours diagnosis time, 95% sensitivity, and 99% accuracy, decreasing morbidity and mortality up to 20%.

Smartdiagnos

Sepsis is a potentially fatal immune response to bacteria and fungi infection in the human body. Early diagnosis is crucial. SMARTDIAGNOS will achieve 1-3 hours diagnosis time, 95% sensitivity, and 99% accuracy, decreasing morbidity and mortality up to 20%.

Smartdiagnos

Sepsis is a potentially fatal immune response to bacteria and fungi infection in the human body. Early diagnosis is crucial. SMARTDIAGNOS will achieve 1-3 hours diagnosis time, 95% sensitivity, and 99% accuracy, decreasing morbidity and mortality up to 20%.

SMARTDIAGNOS

Sepsis is a potentially fatal immune response to bacteria and fungi infection in the human body. Early diagnosis is crucial. SMARTDIAGNOS will achieve 1-3 hours diagnosis time, 95% sensitivity, and 99% accuracy, decreasing morbidity and mortality up to 20%.

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Standardization and research – How do these two fit together?

EU institutions and R&D stakeholders have increasingly recognized the role of standardization as a bridge between research activities, innovation and the market. In the European framework programme Horizon 2020 standardization is identified as one of the measures to support the transfer of research results and innovation to the market. 

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 687697.

The project has 10 partners from 5 EU countries.

Partners:

 
CBS  TATAA biocenter   
 Cube dx  Unilabs University of Skövde 
 
    
DIN
 
Scandinavian Micro Biodevices
 
       
Charles University