Researchers developed a noninvasive and wearable sensor that detects low blood glucose levels using artificial intelligence and electrocardiogram signals by tracking a person's heart rate. Featured in the journal Nature, the new device was tested in two small pilot studies and was found to have around 82% efficacy in detecting hypoglycemia, and could be an alternative to finger-prick tests.
New wearable device uses AI, ECG to detect hypoglycemic events
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