GlucosAlarm is a smart device that measures the amount of glucose in the urine.
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Carlos BernalCTO Eido Innova Inc
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Zeroto510 program GlucosAlarm pitch
GlucosAlarm is a patent pending device that measures the amount of glucose in the urine. It’s really easy to use, is painless, and is a low cost solution.
Our device could also send the results to the patients’ physician, nutritionist or insurance company.
How To Receive Resume Credits
We need help with well defined tasks, contributors could help by taking this tasks to completion and earn credits for it.
Teammates & Contributors I’m Looking For
Mechanic Engineer for 3D modeling designing.
Where I Need the Most Help
Electronics are commercial-grade already and device is bluetooth ble certified.
Need help with plastic housing final details, Android and iOS apps final details.
Why Sponsor This Project?
Eido Innova Inc owns all four pending patents for this device, we could offer stocks in exchange for sponsorship.
Why I’m Passionate About This Project
To prevent the complications like amputation, blindness or even death the American Diabetes Association recommends diabetics to test at least 2 times a day, but only 5% of diabetics actually test, because blood testing is complicated, is painful and is expensive.
There are almost 400 million people in the world living with diabetes and this number is projected to reach almost 600 million in less than 20 years
Supporting Material & Info
GlucosAlarm won first place at the Global Innovation Through Science and Technology Competition (GIST Tech I) In Nairobi Kenya, Organized by the Department of State of the US and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). More than 700 projects participated on the GIST competition.
Participated on the Medical Device Accelerator program zeroto510 in Memphis Tennessee.
Was named one of the 10 Innovators Under 35 in Mexico in 2015 by the MIT Technology Review publication.
Won 2016 Innovation of the Year in Chihuahua State in Mexico.