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Dual sensing AI for non-invasive diabetes management

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Project description

DIABET: Dual sensing AI for non-invasive diabetes management

Background

Diabetes is a global epidemic. Every year, around 5 million people die globally from diabetes, or related conditions, according to World Health Organisation (WHO). However, many of these complications are predictable and preventable by better self-management (SM) and control of the disease, which must be a core feature of any effective care plan for a person with diabetes.

A major challenge in the successful management of diabetes is the accurate self-monitoring of blood-glucose (SMBG). Unfortunately, the invasive nature (finger prick test) and cost of best-in-class current glucose monitoring solutions means SMBG remains low. Semi invasive solutions are available, but these are also costly and still require combination with daily blood testing using finger prick method.

Summary

DIABET addresses the need for a non-invasive continuous monitoring solution and enables better self-management of diabetes. The DIABET project has developed an innovative digital device for high accuracy non-invasive blood glucose monitoring.

This project has allowed the improvement of  accuracy using dual sensing technique (Radiofrequency and Infrared). Machine learning and data fusion help overcome imperfections arising from each technique acting individually.

Benefits

The combination of advanced sensors, data processing, and artificial intelligence developed by the consortium partners enables the first truly non-invasive continuous monitoring solution for people with diabetes

Through the continuous monitoring of blood-glucose levels, the DIABET smart monitor can also be able to act as a decision support system (DSS) e.g. offering dietary and lifestyle advice. With patient consent, DIABET can also enable "clinical decision-making support" through sharing of this patient-specific data between health care professionals (e.g. General-Practitioners, endocrinologists and psychiatrists), social-care professionals and diabetes nurses.

Project Partners


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