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  To test glucose (sugar) levels, glucose sensors are implanted beneath the skin. The continuous glucose monitoring device is connected wirelessly to these sensors. They provide information to a monitoring system or smart gadget that helps track a patient's blood glucose levels at regular intervals.

  The method allows diabetes patients to wear the sensor for up to 14 days and provides highly accurate readings. It's the first continuous glucose monitoring technology that diabetic people may use to make treatment decisions without drawing blood from their fingertips. Using a thin sensor wire implanted beneath the skin's surface, the technology eliminates the requirement for fingerstick testing. This sensor measures and monitors glucose levels in real-time.

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