Non-Invasive Monitoring of Blood Glucose Concentration Based on Insulin Secretion Level Using Nir Spectroscopy for Diabetes Detection
Keywords:Type 2 Diabetes, RADWT, NIR spectroscopy, Insulin.
Diabetes claims millions of lives every year. Diabetes Mellitus is a metabolic disorder that occurs due to
the increase in blood sugar level. The blood sugar level control by insulin secreted from pancreas. The
diabetes classify as type 1 and type 2 depending on insulin secretion. The type 2 diabetes is more common
in people than type 1 diabetes. Traditionally, the blood glucose level estimate with glucometer and blood
test. However, the test require invasive blood pricking for blood glucose measurement. The measured blood
glucose value also varies due to amount of blood taken for testing, part of blood used for testing, depth of
finger pricking, physical activity, stress and underlying illness. Hence, the insulin secretion from pancreas
monitor for accurate prediction of blood glucose level. The blood glucose level varies with respect to insulin
secretion from pancreas. In this paper, we propose a non-invasive approach to estimate blood glucose
accurately through NIR spectroscopy for diabetes control. The NIR spectroscopy signal obtained from
pancreas process through Rational Dilation Wavelet Transformto determine the insulin secretion level. The
non-invasive NIR spectroscopy method measures glucose level with 90% accuracy compared to lab results.
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