Spectroscopy Devices for Monitoring Patient Glucose Levels

  Spectroscopy Devices for Monitoring Patient Glucose Levels

  SGM292K December 2021 • US$2,850 



Noninvasive monitors that can measure analyte levels accurately and reliably have the capability to improve disease control and patient wellbeing. By integrating the sensing element, electronics, and a power source in a single package, noninvasive monitors are creating new options for caregivers and their patients. Signal processing improvements – include improved signal-to-noise ratios and interference filtering – will continue to be critical to the commercialization prospects of noninvasive monitors.


Noninvasive patient monitors



Spectroscopic Devices  Glucose Measurement – What You Will Learn

What are the noninvasive sensing and monitoring technologies that are being pursued, who are the players behind them, and what is their development status?
• What are the key noninvasive spectroscopic monitoring device design issues and evolving market factors?
• What is the global market potential for optical monitors today? What will it be in 2024?
• What will be the likely impact of the availability of commercial noninvasive sensing technology and devices on disease management markets?
• Who are the market participants in the noninvasive monitoring sector? What are their technologies, product development activities and business strategies?
• What will be the impact of economic, technology, and regulatory factors on the commercial potential of spectroscopic device patient monitors?

Summary of Contents

Executive Summary
Glucose Sensing Market Overview
Monitoring Glucose Levels
Key Factors in Patient Compliance
Market Drivers
Industry Alignment and Competitive Landscape
Noninvasive Glucose Measurement Design Factors
Measuring Glucose in Interstitial Fluid
Patient/User Interface
Data Collection & Reporting
Commercial Track NGM Technologies
Reverse Iontophoresis
Continuous Glucose Monitoring
Near-term Noninvasive Glucose Measurement Device Analysis
Optical Data Collection
Direct Analyte Measurement
Multimode Sensing
Important Private Research Programs
Soompo Japan Research Institute
Toyama Medical And Pharmaceutical University (Japan)
North America
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (USA)
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (USA)
Medical University of Graz (Austria)
Medical Research Foundation (The Netherlands)
Commercialization Factors
Calibration Frequency
Accuracy & Precision
Sensor Technology & Signal Processing Advances
Market Factors
Asia (Japan)
Clinical Trials
Company Profiles