The GlucoWatch Biographer, a device worn like a wristwatch, monitors blood glucose levels in people with diabetes. Unlike traditional blood glucose monitors, which require pricking your finger for each reading, the GlucoWatch monitor automatically measures glucose levels through the skin for up to 12 hours after an initial fingerstick. This should not be considered a replacement, but an addition to conventional blood glucose monitoring.
What are your thoughts about utilizing this type of blood glucose monitoring? Is there anyone who is using this device, and how effective is it really?
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