Determination of light source modules on blood glucose biomimetics using the reflectance method

Prastowo, Bayu and Suryana, Yaya and Widayanti, Tika and Pambudi, Sabar (2021) Determination of light source modules on blood glucose biomimetics using the reflectance method. In: The 9th National Physics Seminar 2020.

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Developing blood glucoselevels measurement based on the prevalence of people with impaired glucose metabolism, which is increasing every year. Estimates of the International Diabetes Federation and the American Diabetes Association in 2030 sufferers of glucose metabolism disorders have twofold from 2018. Prevention can be done with monitoring measurement methods that have been available commercially. This research develops a non-invasive biomarker device method that aims at continuous measurement efficiency with minimal risk and reduces production costs. The measurement used standard samples Lyphocheck Assayed Chemistry Control from Bio-Rad Laboratory. The light source modules were tested in the wavelength range of 1050 nm to 1550 nm and FDG03-Ge Photodiode as a photodetector. Then the reflections of the LEDs is a voltage that is converted to analog with Analogue to Digital Converter devices to be processed at the SQ Lite and LibreOffice Calc. Based on the test analysis parameters obtained the two best candidate light source modules are 1050 nm and 1085 nm with a 0.99 pearson correlation, 86% accuracy and zone factor A or 100% value of error grid analysis. Both of these LEDs can be applied as modules in the measurement of blood glucose biomimetic with reflectance method.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Additional Information: DDC'23: 610.28 AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 2320, Issue 1 ISBN: 978-0-7354-4064-7
Uncontrolled Keywords: Blood glucose; Biomimetics; Medical devices;
Subjects: Medicine & Biology
Biomedical Technology & Human Factors Engineering
Depositing User: Rasty -
Date Deposited: 06 Oct 2022 07:51
Last Modified: 07 Oct 2022 02:33

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