Noninvasive Gluco Pulse Watch
With the help of this watch, we are re-defining not only the way sugar levels in the body can be measured but also how technology can be leveraged to take immediate actions on that result. This innovation has not been prototype yet across the globe. Over the past decade, there have been significant deaths due to diabetes and the major reason for this is there is no simpler technique to monitor it. The doctors’ guidance and medication is not provided at the required time resulting in loss of life. Noninvasive methods to monitor the pulse rate and glucose level are nowhere to be found, and this is the area in which the watch steps in.
KeywordsArduino UNO Internet of things pH sensing Pulse sensing and biochemical glucose enzyme sensor Universal asynchronous receiver and transmitter
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