Wearable glucose sensor responds to sweat

February 1st, 2022

Diabetic patients typically check their blood glucose levels with a finger-prick blood test, or a subdermal implanted sensor. But an experimental new device could perform this function just sitting on the patient’s skin. Currently under development at Pennsylvania State University, the low-cost sensor is designed to measure glucose levels in the wearer’s sweat. Although the […]

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