Plenty of people would sooner opt for a non-invasive alternative to their daily health routine. The Krystalin Insulin-Delivery Device is an innovative solution for administering medication to outpatients that does not cause any visibly broken skin or blood.
The semicircular gadget first measures your blood sugar level with short-range spectroscopy, eliminating the need to pinprick your finger. An efficient e-ink screen displays your glucose level so that you know how large of a hormone dosage you require.
To receive the medication from Tawfik Manham's award-winning clinical contraption, simply peel a small patch from the dispenser. At 1 centimeter squared, each one contains 10 units of insulin that seep subcutaneously after the bandage has been applied for 20 minutes. The Krystalin Insulin-Delivery Device holds 300 medicated bandages and fits conveniently into pockets and purses.