Ryo Takeuchi, Kazuhiko Nagao and Hiroyuki Miyamoto
Pertanika Journal of Science & Technology, Volume 28, Issue S2, December 2020
Keywords: Blood glucose, blood glucose monitoring, MHC, non-invasive
Published on: 30 December 2020
According to WHO, 420 million adults worldwide are suffering from diabetes. The diabetic patient should regularly verify and control their blood glucose levels. However, the existing blood glucose meters use a needle to collect blood, thus causing problems such as pain and infections. A non-invasive blood glucose meter is a measuring instrument that can avoid these problems, but such an instrument has not been developed to date. Diabetic patients should ensure blood glucose control and exercise therapy: however, the difficulty of management and lack of guidance on exercise therapy are problematic issues that need to be overcome. In this study, a non-invasive blood glucose meter and blood glucose control system has been developed, which can be used along with a healthcare sensor equipped with a non-invasive blood glucose measurement function.
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