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    Painless Glucose Test Bloodless Glucose Monitor Prickless Glucose Meter
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    List Price: $999.99
    Price: $999.99


    • NO MORE CONSUMABLES: No lancets, test strips, alcohol swabs
    • NO PRICKING: No lancets are needed. Throw them away.
    • MORE ACCURATE: Actually more accurate than current traditional tests
    • NO PAIN: The days of ouch! are over
    • SMALL SIZE: Carry with you

    Glucose Test Monitor Meter Without Blood. Painless Bloodless Prickless Glucose Meter. More Accurate and Cheaper - No More Consumables. Worldwide Patented Technology
    Health and Beauty (Secret Servicer)


    Secret Servicer


    List Price: $999.00
    Price: $999.00


    • NO MORE CONSUMABLES: No lancets, test strips, alcohol swabs
    • NO PAIN: The days of ouch! are over
    • NO PRICKING: No lancets are needed. Throw them away.
    • MORE ACCURATE: Actually more accurate than current traditional tests
    • NO BLOOD: No more risks of infections

Key to Painless and Non-Invasive Diagnosis and Monitoring of Diabetes Mellitus

Current standards for the diagnosis and treatment of diabetes

Glycated hemoglobin levels or blood glucose levels should be directly measured during ongoing management and diagnosis of diabetes mellitus. Medical professionals use several methods such as fasting or random blood sugar tests and glucose tolerance tests.

These approaches are also called amperometric detection tests, when the blood sugar reacts with a reagent a small electrical charge is produced which is proportional to the sugar levels present in the sample. This is a standardized and well understood method and can be extremely accurate when carried out in a lab setting.

Although present testing methods are well-established, they continue to pose many issues to medical professionals and patients worldwide. Added to this, some cultures may have societal strictures or taboos regarding drawing of blood and as a result, securing patient compliance can be very difficult.

In addition, blood samples are not stable and hence have to be refrigerated. However, this can be a major problem in developing countries, particularly in rural regions where refrigeration and electricity may not be easily available.