Meet your
new vital sign.

Introducing AnemoCheck®
Hemoglobin measurement in a snap.

Mobile app available soon on iOS and Android.

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AnemoCheck Mobile

AnemoCheck Mobile is the first mobile app technology designed for instant, completely non-invasive hemoglobin level determination.*

Soon available on iOS and Google Play.

As easy as taking a photo.

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Detect whether you have anemia using your smartphone camera through our app. 

All you need are your fingertips.

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Sanguina’s patented algorithm detects pallor in your fingertips. Lighting and skin tone has no effect on the results.

Get instant results.

AnemoCheck will you show you your estimated hemoglobin level and range of results instantly. Your results remain secure and private.

But first...

Let's learn about anemia.

AnemoCheck Home

AnemoCheck Home is a single use, disposable 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.

Wellness in a snap.

Our multidisciplinary team at Sanguina has developed AnemoCheck from the ground up. We have published scientific findings and initial clinical assessments.

Anemia is a condition marked by a deficiency of red blood cells or of hemoglobin in the blood, resulting in pallor and weariness.

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illustration depicting anemic number of red blood cells
Hemoglobin is an iron-rich protein in red blood cells. Oxygen entering the lungs attaches to the hemoglobin in the blood, which carries it to the tissues in the body.
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Although they can be mild, symptoms can include fatigue, weakness, pale skin, irregular heartbeats, shortness of breath, dizziness or lightheadedness, chest pain, cold hands and feet, and headaches.

Women

Women are generally at greater risk of iron deficiency anemia due to factors like blood loss during menstruation and the increased need for blood during pregnancy.

Infants and Children

Infants—especially those born prematurely and/or with low birth weight—may be at risk of iron deficiency if they do not receive enough iron from breast milk or formula. Older children need extra iron during growth spurts and other stages of development.

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.

Frequent Blood Donors

People who routinely donate blood may have an increased risk of iron deficiency anemia, because blood donation can deplete the body’s iron stores.

The Elderly

Anemia becomes more common as people grow older due to lower blood cell count.

It's your health.
Own it.

It’s time to take a more active role in your health to lead to a better life. It starts with tracking your vitals. Hemoglobin levels change with many other aspects of your health and maintaining hemoglobin level can lead to a better life. Meet your new vital sign, hemoglobin level.

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* Results are stored and remain secure and private. This app is designed for maintaining or encouraging a healthy lifestyle and are unrelated to the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, prevention, or treatment of a disease or condition. Measurements and statistics are intended for informational and educational purposes only, to support general health and wellness. This app has not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration.