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Interesting Article in Medical Design Briefs: Designing an ASIC Chip to Control an Implantable Glucose Measurement Device

The current issue of Medical Design Briefs carries an interesting article titled “Designing an ASIC Chip to Control an Implantable Glucose Measurement Device” by Uwe Guenther of ZMDI (Dresden, Germany) and Andrew DeHennis of Senseonics (formerly known as “Sensors for Medicine and Science, Inc.” in Germantown, MD). Zentrum Mikroelektronik Dresden AG (ZMDI), Dresden, Germany, partnered

 
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SMSI® Implantable Glucose Sensor

Sensors for Medicine and Science, Inc. (SMSI)  of Germantown, MD was founded in 1997 to develop chemical sensing technologies based on fluorescence sensing. SMSI® is now developing an implantable glucose sensor that is designed to automatically measure interstitial glucose every few minutes. The sensor implant communicates wirelessly with a small external reader, allowing it to track

 
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