THE FIRST NON INVASIVE BLOOD
GLUCOSE SELF-MONITORING DEVICE
We don't look back
I have been there before
Today I look forward
Say Goodbye to
your pricking method
GlucoScanner the new non-invasive biosensor
for blood glucose levels, working through optical
technology and, signal processing methods has
been developed. GlucoScanner, in fact, does not
require any invasive procedure such as continuous
finger pricking, avoiding arm patches and additional
costs for disposal products.
Beta Tester participant will pay
Glucoscanner Biosensor $150.
The price will include six month
of subscription fee. We need to perform a beta test in order to
collect data to improve the performance of Glucoscanner
who is the beta tester
The first 3,000 reservation will become
automatically our beta tester subject.
Beta tester subject will do nothing more that
what he/she usually do in the normal life.
The beta tester need to test blood glucose with the usual pricking device and compare the result with Glucoscanner. Both data must
be send to us to be evaluated. Three data every day is the minimum requirement. One month of data will be sufficient for us to validate the agreement. Beta tester subject need to avoid delivery a fake data. In order to control the correct measurement, beta tester true our mobile app. need to send the data to us. Glucoscanner biosensor is absolutely a non invasive device so no pricking or blood is required for the test.
no beta tester
For the NO beta tester the Glucoscanner Biosensor will cost $467 plus one of the subscription options (six month $293 or one year $397).
Find the right plan for you
GlucoScanner Biosensor Is a stand-alone device which is used to collect the data send to the server.
does not work without a subscription plan
There are many claims about non-invasive devices, however, as small as you can make needles and micro needles they still do not count as non-invasive.
GlucoScanner employs non-standard light frequencies in the infrared spectrum. We at Dynamic Brain Lab in Tokyo have developed a new way to assess tissue light absorption data. Further, the device combines light absorption information with other physiological data and individual physical features; thus, allowing the research team to solve some of the well-known problems linked to optical technology, such as differences in skin pigmentations. A simple automated calibration procedure performed on individuals’ fingers will guide the user through the GlucoScanner setup in order to optimize the device performance. To the best of our knowledge, thanks to our innovative technologies and experience with modern data analysis methods, preliminary GlucoScanner evaluation of blood glucose levels already show highest accuracy than any other non-invasive optical device.
GlucoScanner prototypes were so far tested in the range of ~80mg up to 530mg/dL. DBL team has already performed two experiments with general public, inviting over 100 subjects in the Tokyo area
GlucoScanner is a revolutionary product for the millions of people daily struggling with diabetes because to measure glucose levels will be painless and without additional cost of disposable products. Lowering the expenses of this procedure will mean that people, who could not until now afford the test strip method, could become able to monitor their blood glucose, and potentially live a healthier life.
Healthier life for everybody, not just for people with diabetes:
Monitoring blood glucose is necessary to control the body weight, to optimize working out activities, and finally to help people to age in a healthier body and with a healthier mind.
HOW IT IS WORK
GlucoScanner blood glucose sensor: Is a stand-alone biosensor which is used to collect the data send to the server.
On the server (not on the device) are installed the main software which analyzes the data coming from the Glucoscanner Biosensor. In order to use this service, the user must sign up for a subscription. Glucoscanner Mobile App Is a free application that can be downloaded from Internet. The app will show up a series of data, glucose levels, bit-rate, oxygen and many others.
Place one of your finger in the Glucoscanner biosensor. Data collected is sends to the the server more closest to the area where the customer is located. The server returns the appropriate glucose value. The result can be seen on the mobile application.
We compare our results with an over-the-counter (OTC) glucometer that requires users to prick their fingers and deliver a drop of blood on a test strip.
In our demonstration, the prototype outcome is 109mg/dL, if we consider 114 mg/dL as a glucose value close enough to the reference value. In this case our estimate would be in compliance with FDA guidelines. We make similar tests in our laboratory daily, mostly on ourselves, and if there is an opportunity we test friends, colleagues and occasionally paid outside subjects.
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