BI419: Non Invasive Blood Glucose Monitoring Device

Poomjai Rangsri Vareechiangmai School

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Due to the current situation, we can observe that the number of diabetes patients is significantly high and is expected to increase in the future. According to the data from the International Diabetes Federation Diabetes Atlas in the year 2022, it was found that in 2021, there were a total of 537 million diabetes patients worldwide, with a continuous upward trend. Diabetes highly contributes to the mortality rate, affecting up to 6.7 million people, and its causes can stem from various factors.The causes of such diseases can also result from various factors also. To determine one's risk of developing these diseases, it is essential to undergo tests to measure blood sugar levels. However, these tests often involve skin puncture,This can make people who draw blood feel anxious and at risk of infecting others. Given these challenges, the research team is interested in developing a non-invasive method to measure blood sugar levels. This involves collecting reflected data from infrared radiation to develop and test models, employing algorithms in machine learning. The team aims to compare error values to further enhance the development of a precise and efficient non-invasive measuring device for blood sugar levels using infrared radiation, minimizing measurement errors.