If you can measure it, you can control it.
Type II Diabetes is one of the most significant problems worldwide. It imposes a heavy global burden on public health as well as socio-economic development. It is estimated that 6 out of 10 people with diabetes do not follow the indications of their physicians due to the pain caused by invasive methods such as conventional glucometers. Lack of continuity in treatment is the major cause of catastrophic deterioration. In addition, the cost of care for diabetes is unsustainable in the medium term, and the disease is growing at an unmanageable rate.
A. Establish a mass prevention model based on a non-invasive medical device, which, as a preventive traffic light, provides individual measurement information that can be used and monitored by all people affiliated to public or private healthcare institutions. These metrics offer reliable information on statistical glucose levels, as well as reduction targets, to make prevention commitments achievable by companies and workers in the short term.
B. Establish an individual diabetes prevention model based on a non-invasive device that accurately detects blood sugar in seconds and can be used by people that are susceptible to type II diabetes or currently those who have the disease. It will offer reliable glucose readings and will be interconnected with a physician for remote monitoring.