iGLU 1.0: An Accurate Non-Invasive Near-Infrared Dual Short Wavelengths Spectroscopy based Glucometer for Smart Healthcare

  title={iGLU 1.0: An Accurate Non-Invasive Near-Infrared Dual Short Wavelengths Spectroscopy based Glucometer for Smart Healthcare},
  author={Prateek Jain and Amit Mahesh Joshi and Saraju P. Mohanty},
In the case of diabetes, fingertip pricking for a blood sample is inconvenient for glucose measurement. Invasive approaches like laboratory test and one-touch glucometer enhance the risk of blood-related infections. To mitigate this important issue, in the current paper, we propose a novel Internet-of-Medical-Things (IoMT) enabled edge-device for precise, non-invasive blood glucose measurement. In this work, a near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopic technique using two wavelengths (940 nm, 1300 nm… 
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