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According to the International Diabetes Federation, 415 million people worldwide (1 in 11 people) have Diabetes

Published on 6/6/2017
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According to the International Diabetes Federation, 415 million people worldwide (1 in 11 people) have diabetes consuming 12% of global health expenditure ($673B) in 2015. The American Diabetes Association advises that in the US, nearly 30 million (1 in 8) people have diabetes and $1 in $5 health care dollars is spent caring for people with diabetes. Americans with diagnosed diabetes incur average medical expenditures of about $13,700 per year, of which about $7,900 is attributed to diabetes.

 

The importance of blood glucose (blood sugar) monitoring is the main tool used to check diabetes control. The current mainstream blood glucose measurement process is to use a lancing device on the side of the fingertip to get a drop of blood, touch the test strip to the drop of blood, and wait for the result. Apart from being painful for the diabetic, there are health risks due to the invasive nature of the process as well as measurement compliance and recording issues.

 

Helo's features today include measurement of Blood Pressure, ECG, Heart Rate, Respiration Rate, Heart Rate Variability (HRV) analysis for mood and energy levels along with measuring steps, distance and calorie burn. However, this is the first time anyone has used a photoplethysmograph (PPG) to estimate blood glucose levels and incorporate the technology into a wearable device to provide convenient, non-invasive blood glucose estimation and logging on a continuous basis.

 

Helo is not a medical device, but continuous measurement of blood glucose estimates are expected to be helpful in understanding blood glucose changes over time, aid compliance and support a pre-diabetic seeking to change their lifestyle to avoid diabetes.

The HELO LX’s blood glucose estimation service is non-invasive and can be scheduled to record blood glucose estimates routinely with readings stored in Helo's LifeLog for easy presentation to the diabetic's healthcare provider. In the event that Helo detects a blood glucose problem, Helo's Guardian service will automatically alert the wearer and their caregiver. It is expected that this service will initially be available in Q4'17, to all Helo LX wearers who opt-in for the service and who pay the initial fee to cover registration and to start blood glucose monitoring.

 

You can buy your HELO LX here and stop having to prick your finger in September, 2017

                                    https://my.worldgn.com/store/theheloguy

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