The conceptual 'BANTING' diabetic maintenance device is a specialized piece of technology that aims to make the lifestyle of those living in developing nations with diabetes easier. Designed by Evan McDougall, the device works by automatically calculating the dosage of insulin that the patient requires and providing it via the retractable needle that helps ensure optimal sanitization. The solution has been created with a low-cost profile to make it applicable for usage in rural and developing areas, which is achieved thanks to an inexpensive yet high-quality build.
The conceptual 'BANTING' diabetics management device is also cleverly designed with an array of LEDs in place of a traditional display to guide users while saving precious power in the process.
Developing Nation Diabetes Devices
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360-Degree Active Seating
Smartphone-Based Glucose Monitors
Flexible Oral Sensors
Glucose-Monitoring Contact Lenses
Insulin Absorption Health Wearables
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- By: Michael HemsworthJan 23, 2019