A Review of Non-invasive Electromagnetic Blood Glucose Monitoring Techniques


  • Dipankar Sutradhar Department of Instrumentation Engineering, Central Institute of Technology Kokrajhar, Kokrajhar, Assam, India
  • Durlav Hazarika Department of Instrumentation, Assam Engineering College Jalukbari, Guwahati, Assam, India




Non-invasive, Blood glucose, Relative permittivity, Radiofrequency


Diabetes is a big concern worldwide, and the International Diabetes Federation estimates there are over 450 million diabetics throughout the world. Researchers have been exploring a rapid and easy technique of calculating blood glucose. We already have reliable tests with improved precision for sensing blood glucose, but it comes with the expense of discomfort and agony because of employing a pricking needle. Technologies established during the previous few decades strive for a painless gadget that can be used as often as possible, dependable, efficient, and accurate. Most importantly, it must be straightforward to use with minimal hassles. This evaluation attempts to give the breakthroughs at present being researched for non-invasive electromagnetic (EM) glucose monitoring systems. This study acknowledges features and possibilities of accessible EM glucose monitoring techniques, just as basic qualities and execution elements for an ideal non-invasive instrument.


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Dipankar Sutradhar, & Durlav Hazarika. (2022). A Review of Non-invasive Electromagnetic Blood Glucose Monitoring Techniques. Asian Pacific Journal of Health Sciences, 9(1), 98–105. https://doi.org/10.21276/apjhs.2022.9.1.29