The Alpha version of the HypoSense device is a non- invasive method for detection of hypoglycemia (hypo attacks). An array of non-invasive sensors which monitors the patient’s physiological parameters (respiration rate, perspiration and skin temperature) are collected and send to MEDrecord for the prediction of hypo attacks in diabetic patients during the night. Especially among younger (under the age of 30) type 1 and type 2 diabetes patients.
At this moment we are developing a Beta and final version of the HypoSense device.
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See the Hyposense website
Why did we develop the HypoSense:
Every year 2% of all
Diabetic patients die
because of hypo attacks
The smart wearable
will protect your children
during the night
advanced prediction models
to prevent hypo attacks
New research; the advanced version
At this moment we are working on an advanced version of the HypoSense that is actually able to analyse sweat and monitor your Diabetic situation completely non-invasive. We will have an Alpha version of this very advanced device by mid 2018.
Nature published: Fully integrated wearable sensor arrays for multiplexed in situ perspiration analysis
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Wei Gao, Sam Emaminejad, Hnin Yin Yin Nyein, Kevin Chen, Hossain M. Fahad, Hiroki Ota, Hiroshi Shiraki, Daisuke Kiriya, Der-Hsien Lien & Ali Javey