NON INVASIVE GULCOSE ESTIMATION ALGORTHIMS IMPACT IN CGMS

Pandimurugan V, Dr. Paul Rodrigues

Abstract


Diabetes could be a common life-long condition wherever the degree of glucose within the body square measure too high as a result of the body is unable to convert it to energy as a result of insufficient internal secretion or the internal secretion not functioning properly. Currently people with diabetes monitor their blood glucose by drawing blood through a finger prick then using a hand-held glucose meter. However, this method is generally discomfort due to the pain and inconvenience for patients. The development of a secure and reliable non-invasive glucose monitor may provide patients with an alternative, painless method. The deviation of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) information from reference glucose measurements is substantial, and adequate signal process is needed to scale back the discrepancy between subcutaneous glucose and blood glucose values. The aim of this paper was study the drawbacks and impact of algorithmic rule for the process and calibration of continuous subcutaneous glucose monitoring data with high accuracy and short delay.

Keywords


Diabetes, Health Monitoring, Noninvasive, Disruptive Technology, Continuous glucose monitoring system.

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