Eccrine Systems has stunned the entire world with its new innovation – a sweat patch that can calculate the glucose level in blood. This fully disposable sweat patch has finally put an end to traditional finger pricking to obtain drop of blood. Jason Heikenfled PhD, who is a co-founder and work on the patch indicates that now sweat can monitor an individual’s health once it detects the biomarkers. The makers further confirm that these disposable patches can be used up to a week. Furthermore, the device enables continuous monitoring of glucose level in blood and the data or reports can be directly shared with a doctor.
According to some recent studies China and India are considered as global capital for diabetes. This has forced several product developer to access advanced technology in the struggle against diabetes. Thus, non-invasive devices launched in the market, would not only make finger pricking less prominent but also ensure a great future for diabetes management. The capability to transfer or transmit the medical records wirelessly would result in higher adoption rate in regions such as Asia – Pacific and North America. In addition, progress in technology like "microfluidics" would result in major breakthrough in glucose monitoring device market.
Eyeing such a great potential Prof Research Reports has added a report titled “2015 Diabetes Devices Industry Report - Global and Chinese Market.” The positioning study approach adopted by the research helps enterprises get a much clearer image of the overall diabetes device market worldwide including China. To help business owners target their prospects, the study analyses the key drivers, restraints and opportunities of the aforementioned market. Besides this, the relative competitive comparison and vendor landscape are also discussed in the report. For brands planning on expanding their business or enter new markets the study is worth their time and money.