Fabrication of Cost-effective Flexible Glucose Sensor for Continuous Glucose Monitoring Public Deposited

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  • Diabetes is a pandemic that affects nearly 29.1 million Americans and the fourth leading cause of mortality in the US. Type 1 diabetes is a chronic condition which occurs due to little to no production of insulin by the pancreas. This form of diabetes requires constant monitoring of blood glucose and administration of insulin, necessitating the need for an artificial pancreas. This work is aimed towards creating an artificial pancreas and focuses on fabrication process of a glucose sensor on a titanium clad polyimide flexible substrate. In particular, controlled laser ablation as a novel process to pattern titanium is discussed, which has broader potential applications in the field of flexible substrate processing for other bio-sensing applications.
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