Sub-Scope Glucose Monitoring System Targets Type 1 Diabetes Patient That Plays Sports

Sub-Scope is a sub-dermal continuous glucose monitoring system that is targeted at sporty users with Type 1 diabetes. Sub-Scope has three components which work together to give the user quick and accurate readings while they are exercising. The system consists of a sub-dermal implant, a watch and an app on the user’s smart phone.

It uses a passive sub-dermal RFID implant in the forearm which continuously monitors blood at a rate of once every two minutes. The watch receives the data from the implant and displays it in animations and colors. This gives
user quick references about glucose levels. If the user requires more accurate data, user can swipe across the watch face or look at their smart phone app which would display all information compiled into a trending graph.

Designer : RuiFeng, Yeo

Sub-Scope Glucose Monitoring System by Yeo RuiFeng

Sub-Scope Glucose Monitoring System by Yeo RuiFeng

When the user removes the watch for the night, he places it on a charging dock that not only charges the watch but also displays the color information from the watch on to itself. The changer will continue to alert the user if glucose level goes into danger zone.

Sub-Scope Glucose Monitoring System by Yeo RuiFeng

Sub-Scope Glucose Monitoring System by Yeo RuiFeng

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One thought on “Sub-Scope Glucose Monitoring System Targets Type 1 Diabetes Patient That Plays Sports

  1. Can I buy this now? Or if a prototype is available for a trial….I would be happy to review it!
    I am a Type 1 diabetic for 30 years…I am now 37.

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