Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have developed a diabetes breath test that shows promise for replacing current diabetes monitoring techniques.
The new easy-to-use breath analysis can measure levels of breath acetone, a characteristic fruity odor that increases significantly with high glucose levels.
John Schieszer reports in today’s Medical Minute that this new diabetes test could completely change the paradigm of self-monitoring diabetes.
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