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Retractable sensors help improve the efficiency of chronic disease detection

recently, sipur, a Russian petrochemical giant in GRA, UK, has reached a cooperation agreement with RN – alphabet, a subsidiary of Rosneft. A study released by the University of Stockholm said that the wireless health sensor made of highly retractable materials is conducive to the daily wear of patients with chronic diseases such as diabetes, which can detect some key indicators and reduce the number of blood tests, Improve the daily nursing effect of chronic diseases

human sweat contains many substances, including blood glucose and urea, so monitoring the level of these substances in sweat can help doctors better diagnose and monitor chronic diseases, including diabetes, kidney disease and some cancers. But at present, many wearable health devices this year are not accurate enough to meet the requirements, and are too cumbersome, affecting the use of patients

during the "1025" in Glasgow, the research team led by Lavender Dacia, a professor at the University of Glasgow, designed a new sensor that can monitor the pH value of sweat. This new sensor is made of a graphite polyurethane synthetic material. It is not only portable, but also has excellent telescopic characteristics. Its length can be telescopic up to 53%, which is suitable for patients to wear for a long time

the sensor also adopts near-field communication technology, which can wirelessly transmit the monitoring data to intelligent applications, so that medical staff can use smart and other mobile devices to monitor the relevant values of patients in real time

Dacia 1 generally does not need to do the contraction experiment. It is said that human sweat and blood contain many of the same physiological information. Detecting sweat can save the trouble of penetrating the skin to collect blood samples for detection

next, the team will try to expand the performance of this sensor to make it a complete diagnostic system, and finally realize the monitoring of blood glucose, ammonia and urea levels in sweat

relevant research results were published in the international academic journal "biosensors and bioelectronics"

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