Bioimpedance and NIR for non-invasive assessment of blood glucose

Sixteen volunteers each drank 700 ml sugar-containing soft drink during two successive periods and the blood sugar was measured at 10 min intervals together with electrical impedance spectroscopy and near infrared spectroscopy (NIR). A maximum correlation of 0.46 was found for the electrical measurements but no clear separation between low and high blood glucose levels were found in the NIR measurements. The latter was attributed to the experimental design where the NIR probe was removed from the skin between each measurement.

  • authorsJan-Hugo Andersen, Olav Bjerke, Fatos Blakaj, Vilde Moe Flugsrud, Fredrik Alstad Jacobsen, Marius Jonsson, Eirik Nobuki Kosaka, Petter André Langstrand, Øyvind Grannes Martinsen, Alexander Stene Moen, Emily Qing Zang Moen, Øyvind Knutsen Nystad, Eline Olesen, Mahum Qureshi, Victor Jose Østrem Risopatron, Simen Kristoffer Ruud, Nikolai Stensø, Fredrik Lindseth Winje, Eirik Vetle Winness, Sisay Abie, Vegard Munkeby Joten, Christian Tronstad, Ole Elvebakk, Ørjan Grøttem Martinsen
  • sourceJournal of Electrical Bioimpedance, Volume 10, Issue 1, Pages 133–138, eISSN 1891-5469
  • YEAR 2019
  • WE DID ISX-3 with frequency extension (40 MHz)
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