Abstract: Non-invasive glucometers are devices that measure blood glucose levels without the need for a blood sample. These devices have the potential to revolutionize the management of diabetes by providing a more convenient and painless method of glucose monitoring. This abstract will discuss the technology behind non-invasive glucometers and their potential benefits and drawbacks. Non-invasive glucometers work by measuring glucose levels in body fluids other than blood, such as saliva, sweat, or interstitial fluid. This is done using various technologies, such as infrared spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy, or optical coherence tomography. The device then calculates the blood glucose level based on the measurement of the body fluid. One of the main benefits of non-invasive glucometers is the reduction in pain and discomfort associated with traditional blood glucose monitoring methods. This can lead to increased compliance with glucose monitoring and ultimately better diabetes management. Additionally, non-invasive glucometers may reduce the risk of infection or other complications associated with finger pricks. However, non-invasive glucometers are not without their drawbacks. They may be less accurate than traditional methods, particularly in situations where glucose levels are rapidly changing and expensive than traditional methods.

Keywords: Non-Invasive; NIR Spectroscopy; Hyperglycemia, Hypoglycemia.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.12519

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