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Developing Diagnostic Sensors for Diabetes
Added Mar 19, 2013 | Rate View top rated
An increasing number of Americans are dealing every day with the effects of diabetes. Bioengineering professor Brent Cameron and students in his lab at the University of Toledo have been developing devices that measure blood-sugar levels with a simple scan and may make the finger prick test obsolete. Cameron describes the technologies his lab has developed, the most recent being a device for monitoring glycated proteins. The device provides guidance to patients, and also doctors, on making recommendations of how patients are doing at monitoring their glucose levels over a long period of time.
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