By CAPosts 13 January, 2021 - 11:43pm 52 views
Quantum Operation Inc, a Tokyo-based IoT (internet of things) healthcare startup, introduced a wristband that serves as a non-invasive glucose monitor. You can take a measurement 24/7. The company's proprietary sensing technology enables the monitoring sensor to accurately measure glucose in a person's bloodstream through the skin.
The key to achieving this monitoring is the technology used by the company with new materials to your spectrometer. These technologies can be used to measure all types of vital signs, from heart rate to electrocardiography (ECG).
Kazuma Kato, CEO of Quantum Operation, said: “Our core technologies also enable healthcare companies to compile accurate big data. and provide better solutions for disease control and management. We are very excited to introduce these technologies at CES 2021. ”
“ Our wristband will make the painful daily routine of puncture unnecessary for all diabetic patients, ”said Kato. Big data applications and eliminating the need for needles is not the only way that technology promises to change the lives of diabetic patients: wearable devices can also allow remote monitoring by doctors to keep an eye on their patients. .
Through an app, the solution allows healthcare providers to monitor patients' conditions remotely. At CES, the company will also showcase its oxygen saturation (SpO2) sensor that can be worn around the wrist.
In January 2020, Samsung announced that it had developed a way to monitor glucose levels in the blood without a finger prick. The technology used in this case is "Raman spectroscopy". The South Korean company created together with researchers from the Samsung Institute of Advanced Technology (SAIT), Samsung Electronics and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), a system that uses lasers for the identification of the chemical composition .
For its part, the company GlucoWise has also announced more than a year ago to be working on the non-invasive detection of glucose in the blood. You are developing a device that is not yet available for public testing. With an app, personalized warnings and alerts will be provided, and an analysis of current and historical patient data will be performed, to calculate and forecast immediate trends in your blood glucose levels, allowing you to adjust your food or drug intake. according to your activities or how you feel
Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects the production of insulin (a hormone produced by the pancreas that is responsible for removing sugar from the blood), and therefore produces excess sugar in people's blood . It arises when the pancreas does not produce correctly (Type 1 Diabetes) or when the body does not use effectively (Type 2 Diabetes) the insulin it produces, which is the hormone produced by the pancreas that is responsible for removing sugar from the blood). Sustained hyperglycemia (increased blood glucose) damages many organs and systems, especially nerves and blood vessels.
Among the risks of this disease, people with diabetes have two to three times more heart attacks and ACV than those that do not have it.
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