Checking your health from home is super easy with Kenko, it’s a concept diagnostic device that reads activity of small molecules (microRNA) in your blood. This method is pretty accurate to detect early signs of disease. Users can regularly use Kenko to screen for various diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, cancers, cholesterol, and many more, it could be the first domestic microRNA detection device. Users can subscribe for monthly testing disc, this service is designed to blend into your routine making that important health diagnosis as your common habit.
Kenko by Jonathan Gomez is part of a bigger ecosystem, a special service where user will receive a new testing disc each month. This user will be able to do the test in just less than 10 minutes, and after that, the biowaste (disc+lancet) can be placed back inside its packaging and send back to the company. Kenko will then clean, recycle, and reuse those discs.
Every disc has been tailored to specific individual by a doctor. There are healthcare professionals (molecular microbiologists or general practitioners) of Kenko company that will review the results and contact user if they spot any abnormality. User can read their results from a smartphone app, they can also contact their assigned doctor to get further explanations when needed.
Kenko Domestic MicroRNA Detection Device features clean and friendly design, that frosted polycarbonate lid allows user to glance through it and see beautiful pattern the blood creates when the disc is spanned. The interface has been reduced to a minimum of 3 steps to run the test: power, slide camera, play. There’s a little speaker to notify when the test starts and finishes. The packaging also features the same transparent quality, it contains information such as name of customer, date of test, and a bar code reference.