This book unravels the role of Point-of-Care (POC) glucose monitoring as an essential part of diabetes management. It provides the reader with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of diabetes management, including:
This is the first book to provide complete up-to-date information on POC glucose detection technologies and devices for diabetic monitoring and management. It will be an important reference for healthcare professionals, biomedical engineers, researchers, economists and policy makers. This book also serves as an asset and teaching aid for professionals and researchers in diabetic monitoring and management.
Preface. 1. Diabetes: A growing epidemic and the need for point-of-care testing. 2. Blood glucose monitoring. 3. Non-invasive glucose monitoring. 4. Continuous glucose monitoring. 5. Glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) monitoring for diabetic management and therapy. 6. Diabetes management software and smart applications. 7. Performance requirements, analytical accuracy and clinical accuracy of self-monitoring of blood glucose: a clinical perspective. 8. A concluding remark. Index