Paul Spivak Invents Non-Invasive Glucose Meter

October 7, 2011

Paul Spivak invents another revolutionary product.

Mentor, Ohio (PRWEB) October 07, 2011

According to company president, Paul Spivak, this patented scientific breakthrough is to provide a photometric method for noninvasively measuring blood glucose concentration in vivo in which a pulse of light is projected onto a selected area of the body rich in blood vessels (such as the inner wrist, elbow or ear lobe),transmitted through the skin, tissues, and blood vessels, partially absorbed by glucose in the blood, and partially scattered, diffused, and reflected off irradiated structures (such as bone surfaces or internal surfaces of blood vessels) and back through the blood vessels, tissues, and skin. The luminous energy of the reflected light (including scattered and diffused light) is then collected by a specialized receiving detector, converted to an electrical signal proportional to the glucose concentration in the blood of the subject, and analyzed.


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