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Toby H. Basey-Fisher, Nadia Guerra, Chiara Triulzi, Andrew Gregory, Stephen M. Hanham, Molly M. Stevens, Stefan A. Maier and Norbert Klein Microwaving Blood as a Non-Destructive Technique for Haemoglobin Measurements on Microlitre Samples Advanced Healthcare Materials 3

Article first published online: 4 SEP 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/adhm.201300169

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By utilizing a unique frequency window within the microwave dielectric spectrum, a non-destructive means of determining the concentration of haemoglobin within red blood cells is demonstrated. Using a high-Q dielectric resonator, haemoglobin levels are determined on sample volumes smaller than 10 µL. This method may allow for multiple hematological measurements to be conducted on a single sample.

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