While modern medical research has catapulted quality of life and life expectancy of first world countries to new levels, vulnerable communities without the same access to resources are often left behind without the same developments. The focus of medical research is shifting from identifying singular hazards with pinpoint symptoms to analyzing human health holistically; considering synergistic toxins with additive effects. This way, sensor decision making can be tailored for all potential hazards in a given scenario. This project attempts to provide an answer by providing a cheap and versatile design for sensing multiple hazards. The use of LSG (Laser-scribed graphene) is implemented in a circuit design to detect particulates via electrochemistry.