Sensory Elements and Devices Operational Diagnostic Blood Glucose

  • I.T. Kogut Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University
  • M.V. Kotyk Vasyl Stefanyk Prekarpathian University
Keywords: diabetes, sensors, invasive and noninvasive methods, blood glucose levels


The problem of monitoring diabetes is caused as a significant prevalence of the disease, and development on this basis of complex related complications, early disability and mortality. [1] So important is operational and continuous monitoring of blood glucose (MBG), which will increase rates treatment of diabetes.

Currently developed compact diagnostic system CMG for both the clinic and personal use. These systems are the most invasive, requiring immediate blood sampling. At the same time, become of diagnostic devices which are based on non-invasive method that the accuracy inferior invasive, but is more promising, because they have more functionality in terms of ease of measurement, storage and processing results. These systems include a measuring device and sensor elements. This paper will review methods and analysis of the basic principles of measurement devices MBG to develop circuit solutions for the creation of sensor and microsystem elements for noninvasive monitoring MBG.


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How to Cite
Kogut, I., & Kotyk, M. (2016). Sensory Elements and Devices Operational Diagnostic Blood Glucose. Physics and Chemistry of Solid State, 17(1), 108-113.
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