Continuous blood glucose monitoring (CGMs)
Used by diabetic patients, blood sugar can be independently tracked over time.
However, the signal generated by CGMs during the initial recording after sensor implantation contains a large amount of noise and needs to be passed through the fingers-prick tests.
Here, we show that by combining chemical methods, it is found that the sensor is coated with a gender ion polymer, which significantly reduces the signal noise and improves the performance of the CGM.
We evaluated the polymer.
Coated sensors in mice and non-VIVO health and diabetes
It is indicated that the glucose level is accurately recorded by the sensor without the need for re-calibration.
We also show that, as with histological, fluorescent-
Body Imaging of inflammation
Activity of related enzymes and gene expression of inflammatory markers.
Polymer coatings can make CGMs an independent measuring device.