Over the years there are many technological advancements that came into light in the treatment of diabetes. These technological advancements in diabetes care helped from the discovery, production of insulin till the development of less painful ways to deliver it to the patients.
Technological developments will continue and probably even increase, as the epidemic of diabetes continues to grow rapidly. Advances in medical technology can help control diabetes with ease, a more convenient, and a more accurate tool for everyone.
These are non-invasive, wireless, transdermal continuous glucose monitoring (tCGM) systems for diabetic patients. These provide reliable data continuously, conveniently and in a cost-effective way. Also reduce the dependence on periodic finger stick testing.
These are wireless systems that help in delivering insulin. OmniPod is discreet and durable. Wireless and waterproof, the Pod holds and delivers insulin without tubes or shots. This also programs the personalized insulin delivery, calculates suggested doses, and has a convenient style.
Mobile Devices and Social Media Tools
These help in connecting with others and the healthcare physician. Social media also helps in the maintenance and monitoring of diabetes and helps the diabetic patients connect each other. These websites of diabetes can not only clarify the doubts but also support the patients’ problems. Also mobile devices help in tracking the data and send test results directly to the doctor.
This is helpful and provides relief for type 1 diabetics. An automated system used to disperse insulin based on changes in blood sugar levels. This is a wearable device acting as an artificial pancreas, the system will enable people living with type 1 diabetes to better maintain blood sugar levels within a target range with minimal effort.
High-Tech Tattoo Sensor
This is again a substitute for the finger-sticking method. This includes a sensor that changes color with rising blood sugar levels. This high-tech tattoo contains a special kind of ink that reacts with glucose and is injected into the outermost layer of skin.
Technology continues to develop and help patients with diabetes with much convenient and easier methods.
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