Smartphone-based colorimetric detection systems for glucose monitoring in the diagnosis and management of diabetes

Kap, Özlem and Kilic, Volkan and Hardy, John and Horzum, Nesrin (2021) Smartphone-based colorimetric detection systems for glucose monitoring in the diagnosis and management of diabetes. Analyst. ISSN 1364-5528

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Abstract

Diabetes is a group of metabolic conditions resulting in high blood sugar levels over prolonged periods that affects hundreds of millions of patients worldwide. Measuring glucose concentration enables patient-specific insulin therapy, and is essential to reduce the severity of the disease, potential complications, and related mortalities. Recent advances and developments in smartphone-based colorimetric glucose detection systems are discussed in this review. The importance of glucose monitoring, data collection, transfer, and analysis, via non-invasive/invasive methods are highlighted. The review also presents the various approaches using 3D-printed materials, screen-printed electrodes, polymer templates, designs allowing multiple glucose analysis, bioanalytes, and/or nanostructures for glucose detection. The positive effects of advances in improving the performance of smartphone-based platforms are introduced, as are future directions and trends in the application of emerging technologies in smartphone-based diagnostics.

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Journal Article
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Analyst
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152865
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Deposited On:
19 Mar 2021 14:30
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Yes
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Published
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09 Jun 2021 05:52