Rosy outlook for people with diabetes
- At-home laser for diabetics. // Consumer Reports on Health;Aug99, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p9
Reports that the United States Food and Drug Administration has approved a painless laser device used in testing the blood-sugar level of diabetics.
- Wearable Sensors Could Alter Mobile Phones, Boost Health Monitoring: Report. Horowitz, Brian T. // eWeek;8/ 8/2012, p6
The article focuses on the role of wearable monitors on the innovation of mobile phones and health monitoring systems, according to a report conducted by research company GigaOM Pro. GigaOM Pro analyst Jody Ranck states that the partnership formed between device manufacturers and...
- Establishing a service that improves lives and pays pharmacists. // Australian Journal of Pharmacy;Jul2012, Vol. 93 Issue 1106, p38
The article focuses on health care services for diabetics in Australia and also discusses the role of pharmacists in delivering adequate medical care to the patients. It forecasts that the number of diabetics in Australia is expected to become 2.5 million in 20 years and also discusses the need...
- Diabetics may no longer need to do finger sticks. Moore, Amy Slugg // RN;Mar99, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p18
Reports on the United States Food and Drug Administration's approval of a device that enables diabetics to check their blood sugar levels at home without using a lancet. Features of the product called Personal Lasette; Manufacture of device by Cell Robotics Inc.
- For diabetics, spectroscopy may replace painful pinpricks. // Biomedical Market Newsletter;10/31/2011, Vol. 21, p1472
The article reports on a study which examines alternative technology for the painful pinpricks involve in the monitoring of blood sugar levels in diabetic patients. Findings reveal that Raman spectroscopy can be an efficient alternative. The study notes that the technology works by the process...
- Adaptive blood glucose monitoring and insulin measurement devices for visually impaired persons. Petzinger, R.A. // Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness;Nov93, Vol. 87 Issue 9, p341
Presents information on devices used for monitoring blood glucose levels and for measuring insulin that can be used by visually impaired persons with diabetes. Devices for self-monitoring blood glucose; Systems specifically for persons with severe visual impairment or blindness; Magnifiers and...
- A new blood glucose monitor. // Patient Care;7/15/1996, Vol. 30 Issue 12, p19
Looks at the Accu-Chek Instant Blood Glucose Monitor manufactured by Boehringer Mannheim Corp. Aim of providing rapid and even spreading of the blood sample across a layer of mesh.
- Bloodless monitoring: Coming soon? D'Epiro, Nancy Walsh // Patient Care;2/15/1998, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p20
Focuses on the future availability of technology for bloodless glucose monitoring. Reference to presentation of studies on this issue at the 1997 American Diabetes Association; Information from Integ, the manufacturer, on the operation of the `LifeGuide monitor'; Contact point for more information.
- Non-invasive glucometer in line to replace finger prick test. // Podiatry Now;Sep2012, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p15
The article informs that a new non-invasive, bloodless diabetes glucometer is being developed as a possible replacement for traditional finger prick test which is used to check blood sugar levels.