Mobile tool to check haemoglobin without drawing blood

Researchers claim to have developed a way to assess blood haemoglobin levels by using smartphone images of a person’s eyelids This new tool of testing the haemoglobin is developed by the researchers of the University of Indianapolis, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in the US and Moi University School of Medicine in Kenya.The research team used software to transform the built-in camera of a smartphone into a hyperspectral imager that reliably measures haemoglobin levels without the need for any hardware modifications or accessories.