The toilet Ablute uses a nano-chip for the classification, early diagnosis, and monitoring of numerous diseases. But it is not just diseases that are sought after, important information related to anyone’s daily life is analyzed and sent to the user. For example, information about the nutrients ingested that, in fact, the body makes possible, the relationship between sports and micro muscular injuries, or even the female menstrual cycle.
New urinary biomarkers [of several metabolomics signatures] are being pointed by the scientific community, literally, every week. Ablute inserts many of these biomarkers to provide vital information, not only directly to the user (in a comprehensible manner), but also to the patient take it to the doctor.
For the physician, this is an innovative tool that he can use to reach diagnostic much rapid. As it provides a broader analysis history, in addition to pointing out diseases before the appearance of perceptible symptoms to the patient.
For investigators, this may be a great opportunity to see directly the application of their discovered, a chance to publish in free access, their scientific researches directly to be read by doctors, and short versions for (with simple language) to the general public.
The greatest thing about this project is that exams on these toilets intend to be free of charge – for public and national health systems.
This startup will not replace traditional analyzes, but it can be an excellent way to help avoid late diagnose.