Measurement of glucose in Exhaled Breath Condensates (EBC)



Study Overview

The proposed project supports the long-term goal of developing a portable, non-invasive, highly-sensitive monitor that detects glucose from exhaled breath condensates (EBCs). Ultimately, this device will provide a rapid and pain-free method to monitor blood glucose.


Study Description

The proposed project supports the long-term goal of developing a portable, non-invasive, highly-sensitive monitor that detects glucose from exhaled breath condensates (EBCs). Ultimately, this device will provide a rapid and pain-free method to monitor blood glucose.

Additional Information:

Participants will be compensated for their participation.



Research Study Identifier: TX7417
ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT1610748432
Principal Investigator: Kieren Mather, MD


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