The company has a product for blood biomarker testing. The product is ready for the market in 2019. Customers demand this type of product and several contacts have already been made with vital institutions in Denmark.
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Qlife Holding AB aims to ease the market's valuation of the company through clear information.
The Egoo product is a platform for accurate bio-marker testing. At a low cost and with equipment easy to use, it measures and analyses the patient’s blood. The patient can do the testing at home themselves. Read more on our product page.
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In less than four minutes, CEO Thomas Warthoe explains what Egoo Health is all about, how it works and why it makes a difference for ordinary people, medical staff and health institutions.
The Egoo Home System is an integrated platform consisting of a small device, disposable capsules, each a test for a specific biomarker, and a digital infrastructure that can share data with patient
CEO Thomas Warthoe will present Qlife at Stora Aktiedagen (Shareholder’s Day) in Stockholm on 25 November.
CEO Thomas Warthoe will present Qlife at Stora Aktiedagen (Shareholder’s Day) in Gothenburg on 4 November and in Stockholm on 25 November.
The home diagnostic device from Danish start-up Qlife can make the lives of patients with chronic diseases easier.
Qlife is showcased by the Danish Minister of Health and the Minister for Industry, Business and Financial Affairs for the launch of new public program for innovative purchasing of medical equipment
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Biomarkers in our blood can show us a lot about our health, the development of a disease or how tough we have been to our body during a workout.
Every day, the Danish healthcare system produces a large amount of data.
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