• Pandimurugan V Research Scholar Manonmaniam Sundaranar University Tirunelveli,Tamil nadu, India.
  • Dr.Paul Rodrigues Professor,CSE King Khalid University, Saudi Arabia


Diabetes, Health Monitoring, Invasive, Noninvasive, Disruptive Technology


The aging population, bar of chronic diseases, and outbreaks of infectious diseases are some of the major challenges of our human society. Health monitoring (HM) is the practical application of safety monitors to a sophisticated system so as to make sure either prediction of a potential mishap before it occurs, or detection of a mishap as it occurs. The first chronic disease for which continuous monitoring became commercially available for patients was diabetes. The prevalence of diabetes is rising all over the world due to population growth, aging, urbanization and an increase of obesity and physical inactivity. The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) estimates the total number of people in India with diabetes to be around to 87.0 million by 2030. In this paper make a brief study about glucose measurement methods, both invasive and noninvasive and its challenges as a futuristic research oriented approach in the disruptive technology or e- health monitoring.


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Pandimurugan V, & Dr.Paul Rodrigues. (2017). BLOOD GLUCOSE ESTIMATION TECHNIQUES AND DEVICES IN DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY-A SURVEY . International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 3(5). Retrieved from