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Published February 29, 2020 | Version v1
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Non-Invasive Blood Glucose Measurement Technique for Diabetic Patients

  • 1. Undergraduate student in department of Electronics and communication Engineering, National Engineering College, Tamil Nadu, India.
  • 2. Student, Department of Electronics and communication engineering at National Engineering College, Tamil Nadu, India.
  • 3. Assistant Professor (SG) in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering at National Engineering College, Tamil Nadu, India.
  • 1. Publisher


Diabetes mellitus is one of the most spreading diseases prevalent in the world. The Diabetic patients where in desideratum of monitoring their blood glucose level conventionally for a certain periodic of time. If they were nescient of their checkup it may lead to sundry symptoms like the feel profoundly slothful, tired etc. So they require for a periodic check up without fail. In clinic the prefer syringes for amassing the samples,in some worst cases there will be a possibility of unhydrated syringes . For checking they were in desideratum of a modicum of blood samples. For a precise quantification they will integrate some chemical substance to detect the value. While taking blood samples they feel so uncomfortable, pain and if the syringes where already used are not felicitously sterilized it may lead to sundry disease. The another method for quantifying the sample is a non-invasive. In non-invasive method there will be no desideratum of any syringe. It will be pain less and withal comfortable for the patients. In this paper we are introducing a non-invasive method in lieu of invasive method to be liberate from pain. Our proposed system consists of near infrared transmitter and receiver , a light dependent resistor etc,. The rays are sanctioned to passes through the finger it will quantify the glucose present in our cell and the output is given to the processor. The processed output will determine the quantity of glucose present in the blood . Then determinately the obtained output will be exhibited in the Liquid Crystal Exhibit.



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