Smartphone Based Non-Invasive Glucose Monitoring

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Volume-67 Issue-3
Year of Publication : 2019
Authors : Sathiyanarayanan, Sivagnanam.R, Smrithisri.V.K, Dr.V.Thulasi Bai


MLA Style: Sathiyanarayanan, Sivagnanam.R, Smrithisri.V.K, Dr.V.Thulasi Bai "Smartphone Based Non-Invasive Glucose Monitoring" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 67.3 (2019): 119-123.

APA Style: Sathiyanarayanan, Sivagnanam.R, Smrithisri.V.K, Dr.V.Thulasi Bai (2019). Smartphone Based Non-Invasive Glucose Monitoring. International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 67(3), 119-123.

Diabetes is a standout amongst the most extending disease around the world. It is a non-treatable sickness, yet sugar levels can be kept in charge by keeping up appropriate eating regimens and ordinary checking of the glucose esteem. The regular strategies performed in medical clinics are obtrusive technique, which are difficult and can make infections patients. In this manner, to defeat such issues, the non-obtrusive technique is proposed. In this paper, we have proposed a model which can be cost effective and non-obtrusive prototype utilizing NIR spectroscopy methodology. Also, Mobile application is utilized to show the Glucose esteem and to store the estimated data for future records. Through which the client can distinguish the glucose level to keep up the regiment regimen at opportune time.

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Diabetes, Arduino Nano, Bluetooth module, Blood Glucose, Non-invasive, Mobile App, NIR spectroscopy, Machine learning