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Smartphone device could measure male infertility in seconds: study - Xinhua

WASHINGTON, March 22 (Xinhua) -- U.S. researchers said Wednesday they have developed a low-cost and easy-to-use smartphone device that can accurately measure semen quality in seconds. More than 45 million couples worldwide are affected by ...and more »

Scientists develop a phone app that can track and analyze sperm - STAT

martphones can now be used to track and analyze sperm. Researchers from Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital have developed an inexpensive and discreet way of screening for male infertility by creating an app that could be used ...and more »

There Is Now An App for Sperm Testing - Live Science

A new device that attaches to a smartphone can detect whether a man's sperm concentration or motility is abnormal with 98 percent accuracy. Researchers hope the device, which is about the size of a small box of crayons and costs less than $5 to make ...and more »

Using a smartphone to screen for male infertility - Harvard Gazette

More than 45 million couples worldwide grapple with infertility, but current standard methods for diagnosing male infertility can be expensive, labor-intensive, and require testing in a clinical setting. Cultural and social stigma, and lack of access ...and more »

Smartphone app could allow men to test their fertility at home - The Guardian

Gadget designed to clip onto a smartphone able to detect abnormal sperm samples with 98% accuracy in trials. Hannah Devlin Science correspondent. @hannahdev. Wed 22 Mar 2017 15.07 EDT Last modified on Wed 14 Feb 2018 15.50 EST. Share on ...and more »

A Smartphone Can Accurately Test Sperm Count - NPR

Men may soon be able to take their own sperm count — at home. With a smartphone. Yes, there's an app for that. You may be asking yourself, why? Low sperm count is a marker for male infertility, a condition that is actually a neglected health issue ...and more »

Harvard Develops a Cheap Smartphone Test for Male Fertility - IEEE Spectrum

Talk of semen and sperm is anything but a giggling business for the more than 45 million couples worldwide dealing with infertility—and more than 40 percent of those cases involve male infertility. To help such couples, Harvard medical researchers ...and more »

At-Home Male Fertility Test App Takes Sperm Selfies - Scientific American

A debate has raged for decades over whether male fertility is declining, according to some analyses of studies from recent decades. It's an alarming possibility, and likely one reason at-home semen analysis is a growing field of research and product ...and more »

Indian develops a smartphone-based device for male infertility screening - The Hindu

An Indian and a team of researchers from Harvard Medical School, Boston, have developed a smartphone-based semen analyser that will go a long way in identifying the cause of infertility in men — low sperm concentration and motility —with nearly 98% ...and more »

Smartphone app for male fertility could allow individuals to self-test at home - Netdoctor

It seems there's an app for pretty much everything nowadays, and fertility (or, specifically, male fertility) is no exception. Scientists have developed a gadget, desgined to clip onto a smartphone, which can detect abnormal sperm samples with a high ...and more »