Understanding the Need for a Non-invasive Wearable Real-time Database Device for Diabetic Patients

Elmer Jeto Gomes Ataide, Rajesh Kumar Sinha, G. Arun Maiya

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Abstract

Diabetes occurs when the pancreas in the human body does not secrete sufficient insulin. It is a disease that is growing rapidly and affecting many lives. Hence, it needs constant monitoring. Wearable devices are those devices that are present on your person at all times. If the monitoring of this disease could be paired with wearable devices along with enabling real-time documentation in the patients’ medical records, it would benefit both the caregivers and the patients by saving time, money, effort and the amount of work put in by both during the health care process, hence, aiding in the delivery of quality health care. This article deals with identifying the existing wearable devices in detecting diabetes or risk of diabetes non-invasively and further scope of research in the respective area.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)190-196
Number of pages7
JournalJournal of Health Management
Volume20
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 01-06-2018

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Databases
Equipment and Supplies
Delivery of Health Care
Quality of Health Care
Human Body
Documentation
Caregivers
Medical Records
Pancreas
Insulin
Research

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  • Health Policy

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Understanding the Need for a Non-invasive Wearable Real-time Database Device for Diabetic Patients. / Ataide, Elmer Jeto Gomes; Sinha, Rajesh Kumar; Maiya, G. Arun.

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