SeptiLoop is a groundbreaking in vitro diagnostic lateral flow assay that takes a new approach to sepsis detection.
Unlike traditional methods that focus on pathogen identification, our approach measures the status and response of the immune system of the septic patient. SeptiLoop can diagnose bacteremia as early as one hour after infection and throughout all stages of sepsis, enabling healthcare professionals an early detection and timely treatment initiation.
SeptiLoop offers compelling advantages:
SeptiLoop’s novel approach based on immune activity allows for the detection of sepsis within the first hour of infection.
SeptiLoop exhibits a remarkable 3x increase in accuracy compared to current tests
Cost-effective and User-friendly
SeptiLoop is designed as a point-of-care device, eliminating the need for extensive laboratory infrastructure.
SeptiLoop provides timely results within three hours.
“This project has received funding from CDTI through the aid program for SMEs with the Horizon Europe EIC Accelerator Seal of Excellence”
ACCURATE, FAST AND COST EFFECTIVE POINT OF CARE DEVICE FOR THE EARLY DIAGNOSIS OF SEPSIS
Sepsis is the leading cause of hospital deaths worldwide, with approximately 11 million deaths per year. However, there is currently no tool that provides a binary result for the diagnosis of this disease. Therefore, there is a clear need among medical professionals since current detection methods take between 6 hours and two days, rapidly decreasing the survival rate for every hour without treatment. In order to address this global clinical need, Loop DX proposes the development of a new in vitro cellular immunoassay that identifies sepsis after the first hour of bloodstream infection. In this way, SeptiLoop has been conceptualized as a Class C in vitro diagnostic device that will assist emergency physicians in diagnosing sepsis through a fast and objective technology.
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Products manufactured by Loop Diagnostics are all under development, in the process of obtaining certification of CE marking according to In Vitro Diagnostic Regulations as in vitro diagnostic devices. All pictures of products, packaging and product names disclosed in this website are of prototypes for displaying purposes. The final products are, however, currently unavailable for commercialization, only for research and performance evaluation purposes.