The hypo/hyperglycemic watch

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 3, 2010 Under: HEALTH
People who suffer from hypoglyceima have the following conditions: they suffer from profuse sweating, low blood sugar, their body does not produce insulin and therefore these people go through insulin and hypoglycemic shock. Those with hyperglyceima: constantly feel cold, have clammy skin, rapid heart beat while and their bodies produce very little insulin and they become confused.When a person enters a crisis of glycemia the body releases epinephrine(adrenaline) from the adrenal glands. It is the epinephrine that stimulates the release of sugar that causes symptons in glycemic patients. Sufferers from either condition need to be alerted when their body has entered such a condition in order for them to avoid shock that can lead to hospitalization or death if unattended to.

IDEA:

The hypo/hyperglycemic watch. This is a device that is worn like a wrist watch while taking the temperature of the body. The infrared sensors capture tempertaures from the artery. The watch will sound a beeping alarm when the body temperature is at a dangerous level indicating that the person may eventually become disoriented, pass out or go into a coma. Once the alarm sounds the glycemic sufferer will be alerted to either take their medicine or digest food supplements to maintain a balance in glucose levels. 

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Tags: hypoglycemia  hyperglycemia 
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The hypo/hyperglycemic watch

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 3, 2010 Under: HEALTH
People who suffer from hypoglyceima have the following conditions: they suffer from profuse sweating, low blood sugar, their body does not produce insulin and therefore these people go through insulin and hypoglycemic shock. Those with hyperglyceima: constantly feel cold, have clammy skin, rapid heart beat while and their bodies produce very little insulin and they become confused.When a person enters a crisis of glycemia the body releases epinephrine(adrenaline) from the adrenal glands. It is the epinephrine that stimulates the release of sugar that causes symptons in glycemic patients. Sufferers from either condition need to be alerted when their body has entered such a condition in order for them to avoid shock that can lead to hospitalization or death if unattended to.

IDEA:

The hypo/hyperglycemic watch. This is a device that is worn like a wrist watch while taking the temperature of the body. The infrared sensors capture tempertaures from the artery. The watch will sound a beeping alarm when the body temperature is at a dangerous level indicating that the person may eventually become disoriented, pass out or go into a coma. Once the alarm sounds the glycemic sufferer will be alerted to either take their medicine or digest food supplements to maintain a balance in glucose levels. 

In : HEALTH 


Tags: hypoglycemia  hyperglycemia 
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The hypo/hyperglycemic watch

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 3, 2010 Under: HEALTH
People who suffer from hypoglyceima have the following conditions: they suffer from profuse sweating, low blood sugar, their body does not produce insulin and therefore these people go through insulin and hypoglycemic shock. Those with hyperglyceima: constantly feel cold, have clammy skin, rapid heart beat while and their bodies produce very little insulin and they become confused.When a person enters a crisis of glycemia the body releases epinephrine(adrenaline) from the adrenal glands. It is the epinephrine that stimulates the release of sugar that causes symptons in glycemic patients. Sufferers from either condition need to be alerted when their body has entered such a condition in order for them to avoid shock that can lead to hospitalization or death if unattended to.

IDEA:

The hypo/hyperglycemic watch. This is a device that is worn like a wrist watch while taking the temperature of the body. The infrared sensors capture tempertaures from the artery. The watch will sound a beeping alarm when the body temperature is at a dangerous level indicating that the person may eventually become disoriented, pass out or go into a coma. Once the alarm sounds the glycemic sufferer will be alerted to either take their medicine or digest food supplements to maintain a balance in glucose levels. 

In : HEALTH 


Tags: hypoglycemia  hyperglycemia 
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The hypo/hyperglycemic watch

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 3, 2010 Under: HEALTH
People who suffer from hypoglyceima have the following conditions: they suffer from profuse sweating, low blood sugar, their body does not produce insulin and therefore these people go through insulin and hypoglycemic shock. Those with hyperglyceima: constantly feel cold, have clammy skin, rapid heart beat while and their bodies produce very little insulin and they become confused.When a person enters a crisis of glycemia the body releases epinephrine(adrenaline) from the adrenal glands. It is the epinephrine that stimulates the release of sugar that causes symptons in glycemic patients. Sufferers from either condition need to be alerted when their body has entered such a condition in order for them to avoid shock that can lead to hospitalization or death if unattended to.

IDEA:

The hypo/hyperglycemic watch. This is a device that is worn like a wrist watch while taking the temperature of the body. The infrared sensors capture tempertaures from the artery. The watch will sound a beeping alarm when the body temperature is at a dangerous level indicating that the person may eventually become disoriented, pass out or go into a coma. Once the alarm sounds the glycemic sufferer will be alerted to either take their medicine or digest food supplements to maintain a balance in glucose levels. 

In : HEALTH 


Tags: hypoglycemia  hyperglycemia 
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The hypo/hyperglycemic watch

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 3, 2010 Under: HEALTH
People who suffer from hypoglyceima have the following conditions: they suffer from profuse sweating, low blood sugar, their body does not produce insulin and therefore these people go through insulin and hypoglycemic shock. Those with hyperglyceima: constantly feel cold, have clammy skin, rapid heart beat while and their bodies produce very little insulin and they become confused.When a person enters a crisis of glycemia the body releases epinephrine(adrenaline) from the adrenal glands. It is the epinephrine that stimulates the release of sugar that causes symptons in glycemic patients. Sufferers from either condition need to be alerted when their body has entered such a condition in order for them to avoid shock that can lead to hospitalization or death if unattended to.

IDEA:

The hypo/hyperglycemic watch. This is a device that is worn like a wrist watch while taking the temperature of the body. The infrared sensors capture tempertaures from the artery. The watch will sound a beeping alarm when the body temperature is at a dangerous level indicating that the person may eventually become disoriented, pass out or go into a coma. Once the alarm sounds the glycemic sufferer will be alerted to either take their medicine or digest food supplements to maintain a balance in glucose levels. 

In : HEALTH 


Tags: hypoglycemia  hyperglycemia 
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