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Here the introduction to our main theme

Noninvasive measurement of blood glucose.

How can you measure your blood sugar without this blood be taken from the body?

The easiest way to answer this question is by remembering a game, which some of us have played in our childhood. You know what happens when a flash light lightens up in a darkened room. If it is shining through the palm of your hand. The palm of your hand is glowing in red color.

This the professionals call a non-invasive examination. The person who sent the light through the hand, can thereby detect the color of the  blood, without having to hurt the hand. If our blood would be green, the back of the hand would shine in this experiment in green color.
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Why to Use Infrared Light to Measure Blood Sugar?

The human eye is able to see the light, which is generally called "visible light". The visible light ranges from violet to blue over the green to yellow to the red light. The visible light covers only a small portion of the entire light spectrum.

The violet light has very short wavelengths. If you go up the spectrum to the green light the wavelengths grow larger. Finally then the red light is reached. It has the longest wavelengths, which can still bee seen by the human eye.

If the wavelength is a little bit larger than the red light, then the human eye can not see this light. The wavelengths in this area are called near-infrared wavelengths.
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Is it Difficult to Dircern the "Optical Signature" of Glucose Injury Free?

It has been shown, that all organic components of our body, such as fat, protein, glucose or water  have their unique pattern of optical energy at different near-infrared wavelengths.
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How accurate must noninvasive blood glucose meters measure to get a sales approval?

* In 1993, the ADA introduced new requirements for accuracy. These apply to all instruments that are to be brought onto the market. Thereafter, the maximum deviation from the laboratory value may be as low as 5%.

However, one admitted that the presently already on the market old instruments should continue to be the old accuracy requirements of 1986 in force.
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Cnoga Medical. New Non Invasive Blood Glucose Measuring Device

Does anybody know more about this new noninvasive blood glucose measurement device? < read more>


Museum for nininvasive Measurement  of Blood Glucose

Pictures from devices for measuring blood glucose with infrared light.
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Comparison of Invasive And noninvasive Methods For Measuring Blood Glucose

Precision And Accuracy of noninvasive Measurement of Blood Glucose.

There are Companys out there claiming, to bring the first noninvasive bloodglucose measuring device of the world onto the market.

The first Company however who sold a working noninvasive blood glucose meter  in reality is Biocontrol Inc. Pittsbourgh USA.
Here my report.

I have made this report to find the answer to the following questions :
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Noninvasive Measurement Of Blood Glucose.

Influence Of Black Tea To Accuracy of Measurement

The report has been made by me to find an answer to the following question: 

Does black tea change the amont of  blood, in the upper layers of the skin, in a manner that leads to erroneous result in noninvasive measurement of blood glucose ?

As stated above, in my previous report ,there seems to be an incidence between the amount of blood in the skin and the measurement results got with a noninvasive device using infrared light as a measurement principle.
Apparently black tea - i.e. two cups of black tea at 11.15 AM - change the amount of blood in the skin singnificantly and lead to erroneous results in the noninvasive measurement.
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upscendib birdWith kind Regards
                       Hugo R. Vogel
>>To think health when surrounded by the appearances of disease, or to
think riches when in the midst of appearances of poverty, requires
power; but he who acquires this power becomes a MASTER MIND.
He can conquer fate; he can have what he wants. <<

With this quote: from a 100 year old book.

The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles
I would like to provide food for thought.

Think about what impulses this quote wants ro give to you, and than put the suggestion into action!

Disclaimer: This page serves to highlight opportunities how to get a life with diabetes under control. If you are looking for medical advice, please consult your doctor or pharmacist.

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