Research: Monitoring from 1998
- Are there already insulin "implants"? (18 Sep 1998)
- My interest is in a device that automates his blood sugar levels (noninvasive sensor) married to an insulin pump. (16 Sep 1998)
- I am interested in the pump, but wondered when the new pumps that read blood sugars were coming out. I had heard within six months. (15 Sep 1998)
- Are there any new devices which warn wearers of pending low blood sugar levels? (15 Aug 1998)
- I've heard about a watch of some sort that diabetics wear to tell them when they need their insulin. (15 Jul 1998)
- Have you heard of a bracelet that is worn at night to monitor your blood sugar? (1 May 1998)
- My 21 month old granddaughter was diagnosed three weeks ago. We need to know about the non-invasive glucose monitors. (10 Apr 1998)
- Is there a glucose meter that can be attached to my baby for full-time monitoring? (30 Mar 1998)
- I read that the GlucoWatch has been approved in Europe. Can you tell me if this is true? (24 Mar 1998)
- Do you know when the GlucoWatch will be available for people in Holland, Europe? (13 Jan 98)
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