Noninvasive blood sugar reader makes life easier for diabetics


A noninvasive, continuous and automatic blood glucose-monitoring device, shaped like a wristwatch and which sounds like the next generation product for diabetics, has been developed in South Korea.

The device, named GluCall, has been produced by KMH Co. Ltd., a Korean listed company that specializes in medicine. KMH claims to have spent over $20 million over eight years to develop the device.

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