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Overview the Challenges of Noninvasive Glucose Monitoring Techniques

ChuDuc Hoang, Thi Nhu Le, Minh Tu Tran, Van Truyen Bui


Nowadays, the number of people with diabetes is increasing rapidly. Diabetes patients are required regular monitoring and continuous blood glucose to control their situation. However, the current measures are not convenient. The research and development of non-invasive technology is inevitable. This paper presents overview of the diabetes problem, the current invasive measures and details on the methodology for the future. Definitions, comparisons, collation would be discussed and evaluated. The non–invasive methods also has many things to discuss and clear up. The article will help clarify these points as above. While advances have been made, the reliability and the calibration of noninvasive instruments could still be improved, and more studies carried out under different physiological conditions of metabolism, bodily fluid circulation, and blood components are needed.

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