Disposable Glucose Sensor Delivers Results In Five Seconds

Gluco-Chaser’s disposable strip blood glucose monitoring (BGM) prototype sensor with non-enzymatic electrochemistry achieves a five-second glucose reading from human whole blood. According to the company, it does not compromise the accuracy of its proprietary nanoporous sensor technology (Error Grid Analysis A+B 98%; N=100). Additionally, the prototype sensor proved to work accurately calibration-free for five days in animal tests.

 

Moreover, the company claims its continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) sensors accomplished conditioning within 30 minutes, which it says is unprecedented. With the features of high throughput production of non-enzymatic nanoporous layers, Gluco-Chaser is expected to offer highly competitive pricing for both CGM and BGM. More info is available for the CGM and BGM sensors.

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