Know Labs unveils wearable, non-invasive CGM set for FDA submission

Know Labs tested its proprietary sensor technology in a lab setting and incorporated it into the prototype for stability outside the lab. Now, it offers the sensor in what it considers a miniaturized and wearable form. That sensor utilizes the company’s proprietary Bio-RFID technology. It uses spectroscopy to direct electromagnetic energy through a substance or material. Through this, it can capture a unique molecular signature. The technology integrates into wearable, mobile or bench-top form factors.

The new sensor can be worn with an adhesive, allowing the user to clip the sensor on and off, or on the wrist or forearm with a strap. Significantly smaller and lighter than the prototype, the device includes onboard computing power and built-in machine learning. It also eliminates costly disposables, has a rechargeable battery and an easy-to-use companion mobile app.

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This will be amazing with one that measures serum sodium and serum lactate as well.
Can some company please make a continuous serum sodium measurement, wouldn’t this be useful to measure hydration in elderly or many who do not drink a lot of water, or others? Or am I overestimating the value of such a product?

Especially with the mice lifespan data on serum sodium / hypohydration and association studies on serum sodium:

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