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Introducing AnemoCheck®. Hemoglobin measurement at home.

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Our Mission

To enable people to perform their best by monitoring wellness, whenever, wherever.

anemia [əˈnēmēə] noun • a condition marked by a deficiency of red blood cells or of hemoglobin in the blood, resulting in pallor and weariness.

 

AnemoCheck® Mobile

AnemoCheck Mobile is the first smartphone application technology for completely non-invasive and instant hemoglobin determination in the comfort of your own home.

Take a picture of your fingernails and receive an instant hemoglobin measurement on screen.

Results will show you your estimated hemoglobin level and range of results.

Secure and private.

How It Works

Monitoring anemia is as easy as

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Download the AnemoCheck Mobile app on your device.

2.

Take a picture of your nails following the app's instructions.

3.

Track hemoglobin levels over time to keep track of your wellness.

AnemoCheck® Home

AnemoCheck Home is a single use, disposal test for hemoglobin level determination in the comfort of your own home.

AnemoCheck Home will be the only FDA-cleared over-the-counter hemoglobin test available in 2021.

Sanguina's patented technology can replace invasive blood draws for 2 billion people worldwide.

Who is at risk of anemia?

Infants and Children

Infants, especially those who were low birth weight or born prematurely, who don't get enough iron from breast milk or formula may be at risk of iron deficiency. Children need extra iron during growth spurts.

Women

Because women lose blood during menstruation and require more blood during pregnancy, women in general are at greater risk of iron deficiency anemia.

Frequent Blood Donors

People who routinely donate blood may have an increased risk of iron deficiency anemia since blood donation can deplete iron stores. 

Vegetarians

People who don't eat meat or animal based products may have a greater risk of iron deficiency anemia if they don't eat other iron-rich foods.

The Elderly

Anemia becomes more common as people grow older and have a lower blood cell count. 

 

“I’ve been anemic my whole life. I’m usually so tired that asleep if I’m not doing anything else. A simple home test would allow me to check every week and change my life.” 

—  Monique, 26

WHAT OUR USERS SAY

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AnemoCheck is currently in development. Stay updated with its launch this year by submitting your details below.

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Current Events

See what we've been up to.

June 1, 2020: 

The AnemoCheck Mobile Early Access Program is live. If you are
interested in participating, please contact us here. Physicians and healthcare providers please contact us here.

May 2020:

In light of the COVID19 pandemic and global shut down, we are
accelerating the release of AnemoCheck Mobile Early access program is expected to launch in June. Enabling quick access to wellness information at home is more important than ever. Stay safe everyone!

March 3, 2020:

Our CEO, Erika gave birth to her first child, Collin Ethan! 9 lbs, 7oz! Read more about how AnemoCheck helped her during her pregnancy.

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