Skin Implant Monitors Glucose Levels And Glows When They Change

Skin Implant Monitors Glucose Levels And Glows When They Change

Trial results for a long-term glucose monitoring device show it to be accurate and stable.

Emma Hutchings
  • 23 august 2011

Researchers from the Institute of Industrial Science at the University of Tokyo and the Life Bio Electromechanical Autonomous Nano Systems Center in Japan have trialled a fluorescence-based sensor that has potential for long-term continuous glucose monitoring (CGM).

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