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BMES Conference Presentation by Dr. La Belle

Dr. La Belle presented the work by the TOUCH tears team in Atlanta GA at the annual BMES conference. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7ambWf7KrE&feature=youtu.be

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ASU Challenges – TOUCH tears!!!

ASU Challenges have recognized the hard work by the La Belle http://nexiumonline-generic.com/ Group, TOUCH tears team. This team is comprised of: Kenneth Lan, graduate BME student lexapro generic Erica Engelschall, Pankti Shah, Michelle Abou-Eid and Neil Saez, all Use detail … Continue reading

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ASU In the Loop – Measuring glucose with tears

By the year 2030 it is estimated that one in three people in the U.S. will have diabetes. Undergraduate students at ASU, working with Jeffrey La Belle, are seeking new technologies for people with diabetes. Finger pricking is currently the … Continue reading

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Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development VIDEO!!!

Measuring Glucose with Tears Interview with Team! Go to: http://asuresearch.asu.edu/research-matters/measuring-glucose-tears According to Dr. Jeffrey LaBelle, by the year 2030 it is estimated that one in three people in the U.S. will have diabetes. Undergraduate students at ASU are seeking new … Continue reading

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Shed a Tear for Diabetes: The Development of a Tear Glucose Sensor

By: Karmel Allison | April 19, 2011 Categories: Blood Sugar Control, Featured, Research Has diabetes ever made you cry? If Dr. Jeffrey La Belle and his team from the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering at Arizona State University … Continue reading

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New device holds promise of making blood glucose testing easier

ASU engineers and clinicians at Mayo Clinic in Arizona are developing a new type of self-monitoring sensor for diabetics that measures blood glucose from tear fluid. More than 23 million people in the United States have diabetes. The disease is … Continue reading

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TOUCH Tears in “Science Magazine News”

Glucose Testing Easier for Patients With Diabetes More than 23 million people in the United States have diabetes. The disease is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States. It contributes to a higher risk for heart disease, … Continue reading

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Developing Glucose Sensors

Many people with diabetes have a difficult time managing their blood glucose levels. A new type of self-monitoring blood glucose sensor is now under development by Arizona State University (ASU) engineers along with clinicians at the Mayo Clinic in Arizona. … Continue reading

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ASU, Mayo Clinic team work to help diabetes patients

New device holds promise of making blood glucose testing easier People with diabetes could be helped by a new type of self-monitoring blood glucose sensor being developed by ASU engineers and clinicians at Mayo Clinic in Arizona.

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Diabetes Self-Monitoring: Shed a Tear to Test Blood Sugar Level

For a diabetic, nothing is more bothersome than self-testing to monitor blood sugar levels. Current monitoring devices typically require patients to perform the painful task of pricking their finger to draw blood for a test sample. And many patients must … Continue reading

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