Janet Walker and Richard Edwards
This review article provides a comprehensive overview of the rapidly evolving field of paper-based microfluidic devices for electrochemical glucose detection in whole blood. We delve into the principles, design strategies, fabrication techniques, and recent advancements in these devices. The advantages of paper-based microfluidics, including cost-effectiveness and portability, are highlighted. Furthermore, we discuss key challenges, such as sample volume requirements and sensitivity improvements, and explore potential applications in point-of-care diagnostics. This review serves as a valuable resource for researchers and clinicians interested in harnessing the potential of paper-based microfluidics for glucose monitoring in clinical settings.
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