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Topic Title: Noninvasive Glucose Monitor
Created On: 05/23/2001 08:59 AM
 
 11/24/2004 05:31 PM

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MidNiteRaver

Another company is Home Diagnostic Inc. They make the Prestige LX meter. This unit has proven to be far more reliable and as accurate than the LifeSan and other J&J units. The J&J units localy have the highest return for repair/defect than any other unit here though they don't have the highest number of units in the market. HDI only makes Blood "Javascript:showDiagnostic('medtech1', 5);">Glucose/a> monitors so they should be even more interested in what you have to offer, over say J&J who have a range of different products.
 03/10/2003 02:13 PM

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JimPorter

I have also heard great thinks about the Latitude and Logic systems for blood glucose monitoring. They are from Becton Dickinson (BD). Thanks.
 11/08/2002 04:01 PM

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30323915

the monitors I am most familiar with are those of LifeScan (www.lifescan.com). Good luck!
 08/16/2002 11:09 AM

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jim8286

this is good information. Any other rec's on sites with good information on blood glucose monitors? Thanks.
 09/10/2001 01:40 PM

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Larry14618

I thought you might be interested in visiting our site: http://www.sugartrac.com SugarTrac Noninvasive Glucose Monitor Larry Myles SugarTrac's Webmaster
 05/23/2001 08:59 AM

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M12290

Over the past ten years, I have been researching algorithms applicable to the nonivasive determination of blood constituents (e.g., glucose, etc.). Preliminary results indicate that I have been able to reduce the problem to the absorbance measurement at just four wavelengths. This is to be compared to the usual multiwavelength chemometric techniques, i.e., PCR, PCA, or PLS. I'm looking to partner with someone (or company) who has obtained noninvasive spectra and the associated blood glucose measurements in order to demonstrate the algorithm's capabilities.
     
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