Medical technology is constantly evolving. With all of the discomforts of diabetes patients, there is bound to be ways to make it more convenient to deal with their disease.
According to WebMd, there may be an up and coming switch to saliva swabs to take the place of pin pricks for checking blood sugar. From the science lab in Providence RI’s Brown University, there has been a detector tested for accuracy with fake saliva. Once it is exposed to blood sugar, it will change in color using an enzyme, metal and light (Gordon, 2014).
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Gordon, S. (2014, July 11). Saliva Test Might Someday Replace Needle Prick for Diabetics – WebMD. WebMD. Retrieved July 12, 2014, from http://www.webmd.com/diabetes/news/20140711/saliva-test-might-someday-replace-needle-prick-for-diabetics