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A laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) based ion specific sensor for quantifying io levels in haemodialysis; an innovation of the Van 't Hoff program

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Author: Amelink, A. · Westerlaken, A.C.
Type:article
Date:2014
Source:Photonics, September, 11-14
Identifier: 575892
Keywords: Innovation · Healthy for Life · Healthy Living · Physics & Electronics · OPT - Optics · TS - Technical Sciences

Abstract

The Van ‘t Hoff program is a new collaborative research and innovation program, initiated by TNO, in the field of biomedical optics. The Van ‘t Hoff program aims to improve medical diagnosis and therapy through development of innovative medical devices based on photonics and biomedical technologies. Specifically, we develop biophotonics-based technologies to enable less invasive surgical procedures, better screening and monitoring ot diseases in asymptomotic stages and better and/or personalized treatment tor patients, leading to reduced healthcare costs and improved healthcare.