The conceptual 'AeroLyze' breath glucometer has been designed by Thipok Cholsaipant as a noninvasive health product for prediabetics that would enable them to track their glucose levels in a simple way.
The device works by being blown into and measures the levels of acetone in the breath; lower acetone translates to higher blood glucose levels and vice-versa. This data would then be interpreted using machine learning technology to help users keep an eye out for levels that aren't ideal to help individuals change their approach on the fly.
The conceptual 'AeroLyze' breath glucometer eliminates the need for needles and blood, which would allow users to take readings more easily throughout the day. Data collected could then be relayed to a smartwatch for analyzing or the accompanying smartphone app.