London: Swedish researchers have designed a micronidle patch for people suffering from diabetes. This allows you to check your glucose level throughout the day without feeling pain. Constant check is a safe and effective method of reducing the amount of sugar in the bucket. This new research will help the users to get complete information about their glucose levels and severe hypoglycemia throughout the day.
But the glucose monitoring system (CGMS) used at this time is uncomfortable, because it requires a minimum 7 mm needle in the skin. Due to its size it only takes measurements of fat tissue which is not the ideal place.
The new equipment developed by the researchers of the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden is 50 times smaller. At the same time, the combination of patch and very small three electrode enzymatic sensors were able to accurately and dynamically track the level of Bold Sugar when placed on this device.
"Our research focuses on providing services without causing pain to the users, we measure a group of very small blood vessels directly in the skin, and there are no neural receptors in it," said Federico Rib, an investigator at the Institute.