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RSP raises $7.7M for its noninvasive laser glucose monitor RSP Systems completed the first closing of a series B financing round, raising €6.5 million ($7.67 million) to fund development of its GlucoBeam noninvasive glucose monitor, including more extensive clinical trials and preparations for regulatory filings.

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Kirigami-inspired technique manipulates light at the nanoscale

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Whatever happened to the laser glucose meter or something like that?

I used to see ads for it, but I don't see them any longer. My educators said something about something like it being discontinued, but I was pretty out of it then- being in the hospital and all. What is it and where did it go?

Thanks!


So far, ALL of the non-invasive glucose monitor have proven to be less than accurate. There is no getting around it -- the mots accurate way to test blood sugar is to take a drop of blood!

And frequency and accuracy of the blood sugar


I think you're referring to non-invasive, infrared glucose meters. It appears that they're still working on perfecting them: http://diabetes.about.com/b/2007/05/12/n on-invasive-blood-glucose-meter-promises -painless-testing.htm


So far, ALL of the non-invasive glucose monitor have proven to be less than accurate. There is no getting around it -- the mots accurate way to test blood sugar is to take a drop of blood!

And frequency and accuracy of the blood sugar