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Grove Instruments Inc. Closes $6 M Series B Financing

Our value proposition – easy as pie, bloodless and no cost per use glucose monitoring – speaks for itself." Combs went on to say "Grove is on scent to produce the world's first noninvasive glucose meter that exceeds the ISO standards for all of the

Scientists have created a non-invasive, adhesive patch, which promises the measurement of glucose levels through ...

, The research team from the University of Bath hopes that it can eventually become a low-cost, wearable sensor that sends regular, clinically relevant glucose measurements to the wearer's phone or smartwatch wirelessly, alerting them when they may need to take action.

An important advantage of this device over others is that each miniature sensor of the array can operate on a small area over an individual hair follicle -- this significantly reduces inter- and intra-skin variability in glucose extraction and increases the accuracy of the measurements taken such that calibration via a blood sample is not required.

The project is a multidisciplinary collaboration between scientists from the Departments of Physics, Pharmacy & Pharmacology, and Chemistry at the University of Bath.

Professor Richard Guy, from the Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology, said: "A non-invasive -- that is, needle-less -- method to monitor blood sugar has proven a difficult goal to attain. The closest that has been achieved has required either at least a single-point calibration with a classic 'finger-stick', or the implantation of a pre-calibrated sensor via a single needle insertion. The monitor developed at Bath promises a truly calibration-free approach, an essential contribution in the fight to combat the ever-increasing global incidence of diabetes."

blood free glucose meter?

does anyone know the news on the bloodless glucose meter are they anywhere close to making one?
i'm tired of pricking my hands for blood


How about here:

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