From Yuba City, California, USA:
Have you heard of a bracelet that is worn at night to monitor your blood sugar?
I think you may have in mind the "GlucoWatch" which is being developed by Cygnus Corporation. It is a wristwatch that can be worn 24 hours a day and will monitor the blood sugar noninvasively frequently during the day and will be capable of storing the results for later review. You will also be able to pre set low and high levels of blood sugar at which the watch can set off an alarm.
Original posting 1 May 1998
Posted to Research: Monitoring
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