Engineers at the University of California at San Diego have developed a 3D-printed smartphone case and companion app that can check and record the user's blood glucose levels. A permanent sensor is embedded in the case and works with single-use enzyme-packed pellets in an attached 3D-printed stylus to measure glucose levels in a drop of blood and transmit the information via Bluetooth to the app.
Engineers develop blood glucose monitor, app for smartphones
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