Non-Invasive Glucose Monitoring: A Review on Glucose Monitoring Devices and Technologies
Bhushan Shrikant Potdar, Kiran Shivdas Pimpale , Sahil Ajay Agrawal, Jaib Yusuf Shaikh
Diabetes, Non-invasive glucose monitoring, Glucose monitoring devices, non-invasive glucose monitoring technologies.
Diabetes mellitus is a global health concern, necessitating frequent monitoring of blood glucose levels to manage the condition effectively. Non-invasive glucose monitoring technologies have garnered significant attention due to their potential to reduce the discomfort and inconvenience associated with traditional blood-based methods. This review provides a comprehensive overview of non-invasive glucose monitoring devices, the technologies employed, and the promising methods for glucose detection in bodily fluids such as saliva, sweat, and tears. The review begins by discussing the limitations of invasive glucose monitoring, emphasizing the need for non-invasive alternatives. It then explores various non-invasive glucose monitoring devices currently available, categorizing them into optical, electrochemical, thermal, and other emerging sensor technologies. Each category is examined in detail, highlighting their principles of operation and key advantages and limitations. A significant portion of this review is dedicated to the emerging field of glucose detection in bodily fluids beyond blood. Saliva, sweat, and tears offer potential alternatives for non-invasive glucose measurement. The technologies utilized for glucose detection in these bodily fluids, such as spectroscopy, microfluidics, and biosensors, are thoroughly discussed. The review also considers the factors affecting the accuracy and reliability of non-invasive glucose measurements, including physiological and environmental variables. Methods of glucose monitoring makes bright future for detection of blood glucose level and minimise efforts for controlling diabetes.
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Unique Paper ID: 161778

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 6

Page(s): 112 - 122
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