Toward an injectable continuous osmotic glucose sensor.

@article{Johannessen2010TowardAI,
  title={Toward an injectable continuous osmotic glucose sensor.},
  author={Erik Johannessen and Olga Krushinitskaya and Andrey Sokolov and H{\"a}fliger Philipp and Arno Hoogerwerf and Christian Hinderling and Kari Kautio and Jaakko Lenkkeri and Esko Str{\"o}mmer and Vasily Kondratyev and Tor Inge T{\o}nnessen and Tom Eirik Mollnes and Henrik B. Jakobsen and Even Zimmer and Bengt Akselsen},
  journal={Journal of diabetes science and technology},
  year={2010},
  volume={4 4},
  pages={
          882-92
        }
}
BACKGROUND The growing pandemic of diabetes mellitus places a stringent social and economic burden on the society. A tight glycemic control circumvents the detrimental effects, but the prerogative is the development of new more effective tools capable of longterm tracking of blood glucose (BG) in vivo. Such discontinuous sensor technologies will benefit from an unprecedented marked potential as well as reducing the current life expectancy gap of eight years as part of a therapeutic regime… CONTINUE READING

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