Semen quality test: New smartphone device to check male fertility developed - Business Standard

Scientists have developed a new smartphone-based device to measure semen quality, an advance that may prove to be a boon in countries lacking access to fertility tests. Researchers, including those from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in the US, ...

At-home male fertility test uses microfluidic chip and a smartphone - Ars Technica UK

With a simple smartphone device and a chip that slurps up sperm, men can easily and cheaply measure the count and motility of their swimmers. The test is about 98 percent accurate, takes less than five seconds, and requires no training to run, Harvard ...

Less stress by preparing sperm samples at home - NetGuide NZ

Have you ever wanted to see what your sperm get up to? Male reproductive health has been brought to attention by Medical Electronic Systems (MES) with the launch of their YO Home Sperm Test kit and companion app. The test is the first home male ...

New app 'reveals how strong your sperm is' – telling you how fertile you are WITHOUT an awkward trip to the doctors - The Sun

Men currently have to visit a clinic to provide a sample, which some find embarrassing. These are analysed using expensive machines and can take a long time for results to be returned. MOST READ IN HEALTH. 'I ASKED THEM TO TAKE HIM AWAY'.

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

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 ...

There Is Now An App for Sperm Testing - Live Science

A technician operates a smartphone device that can detect abnormal semen samples with 98 percent accuracy. Credit: Vignesh Natarajan. A new device that attaches to a smartphone can detect whether a man's sperm concentration or motility is abnormal ...