Your Personal Health Ally.

Algocyte helps doctors monitor patients' health whenever necessary, wherever they are.


Better and More Personalised Health Care 

An end-to-end medically-driven solution for remote blood testing and health monitoring, from tracking to risk assessment, analytics, and decision support.

How Algocyte® works

1 Evaluation

A physician or medical professional evaluates how Algocyte, a product fully accredited as a medical device (CE), can help monitor their patients' health from home for a particular condition.


A doctor or patient subscribes to Algocyte and it is decided how often a blood test should be performed based on the doctor's advice. The patient receives everything they need to perform the test themselves.

3Finger-prick test

The patient conducts their finger-prick test at home (we will guide them through the process) and they will answer some personalised questions as specified by their doctor. Patients can report adverse events at any time, and these are recorded in computational form alongside or in between their test results.


The sample is analysed and results are deployed to Algocyte's platform (multiplatform app and web browser). We only share a patient's data with their designated doctor. Results are of accredited lab-quality.

5Tracking & Analysing

The patient and medical doctor receive the results online in the form of a sophisticated visual dashboard adjusted to the patient's condition, helping track their immune system and health over time with sophisticated tools.

Watching the watchers

Algocyte® helps medical professionals remotely monitor their patients with conditions such as leukaemia and other types of cancer, as well as conditions like anaemia, infection or inflammation, autoimmune and other blood cell disorders.


Instead of performing a large battery of medically unnecessary tests, often with little meaning, Algocyte® is medically driven and can perform a wide range of hematological and biochemical tests. With all the data collected, Algocyte® generates a more precise profile of an individual's health than is possible using single 'snapshots', as is often done.

Central among the tests is the most medically popular Full Blood Count, the most universal and general-purpose test to monitor overall health, to screen for some diseases and certain medical conditions, to evaluate response to different drugs, therapies or medical treatments by looking closely at how immune-related cells behave over time. Together with all the dozens of other haematological and biochemical tests, we help healthcare professionals build a longitudinal patient profile that enables smart and remote monitoring.

Longitudinal Immune Profile

The number, type, and shape of cells varies from person to person but remains stable. Changes that are more drastic than age or gender-related ones are indicators of potential underlying conditions that can be monitored using Algocyte, delivering today on the promise of personalised medicine.

The seven main types of immune
cells in peripheral blood

Different red and white cell counts and shapes are associated with different conditions. For example:

Why Blood?


Blood holds more information per square micron about a person's health than any other part of the body.


Other tissues or fluids like urine would mostly hold secondary information, likely derived from blood or through contact with blood.


Blood is the primary means of transportation of proteins and nutrients, and of communication between cells of the immune system patrolling the body.