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Ocular Glucose Monitor

Non-invasive, Episodic Monitoring of Blood Glucose in Diabetics via Ocular Tears

Non-Invasive Monitoring

The level of free glucose in the human body can be measured not only in blood, but also in the tear film.

Diabeties Breakthrough

Diabetics can measure their blood glucose without using painful finger pricks and drawing blood.

Simple To Use

All with just a gentle touch to the ocular tears above the lower eyelid.

Elegant Design

Hand held form factor, portable, the size of a marker pen, battery powered.

Instant Results

Results on contact – no tear extraction, no reflex tearing, no processing time.

Patient Trial Success

Patients felt no discomfort, correlation between tear glucose and blood glucose was very positive

Facts About Diabetics

Diagnosed Diabetics

18.8 Million in the U.S.

Undiagnosed Diabteics

7.0 Million in the U.S.

Type II Diabetes

90% of All Diagnosed Diabetes

Diabetes Affects 8.3% of U.S. Population

25.8 Million Americans

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A small collection of images during our research and development.

Laboratory Research

Successful Patient Trial

Device Tip

Surface Plasmon Resonance Technology

Nanotechnology

Optical technique based on absorption of light by ultra-thin metal film.

Nanotechnology

Chemistry sensitive to glucose is attached to the metal film,
providing a means for measurement of very small concentrations of glucose in tear fluid

Hand Held Device

Elegant form factor, portable, small, the size of a marker pen, battery powered.

Ease of Use

In addition to non-invasive glucose monitoring, LTM has revolutionized the ease of process for diabetics.

Gentle

Our R&D at LTM strived to surpass the concept of non-invasive glucose monitoring and derived gentle glucose monitoring for diabetics.

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Non-invasive, Episodic Monitoring of Blood Glucose in Diabetics
via Ocular Tears

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