A new device could help you cut down on your blood pressures.
The device is called the ‘finger blood pressure monitor’ and it can detect your blood sugar levels and provide you with a daily dose of blood pressure drugs to control them.
If you have diabetes, the device can also give you advice about how to manage your blood glucose levels and improve the flow of insulin into your cells.
The new device, called the EMNAP blood pressure control, is a prototype device and is being tested by a team at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland.
The team has shown the device in a series of clinical trials and has also shown how it can work in the lab.
The project’s main aim is to help patients who are currently experiencing severe blood pressure problems to avoid future complications, Dr. J.J. Macdonald, a professor of medicine at the university’s Department of Clinical Pharmacology and Laboratory Sciences, told BBC News.
“We are interested in the technology because it could have a significant impact on how patients with blood pressure conditions are managed and treated,” he said.
“So if you’ve got a condition where it’s severe enough to make it difficult for people to work or go about their lives, we would like to see this technology be a major part of the treatment of those people.”
The EMNAT system is essentially a small handheld device that measures your blood levels using a sensor on your wrist.
A thin wire runs down the top of the device, which is connected to an infrared sensor.
The sensor measures the amount of glucose in your blood and sends it to a laptop computer for analysis.
The computer then analyzes the data and sends the results to the patient.
Dr. Macdonas said the device could have significant clinical benefits.
“If it can be used to manage people with severe blood pressures, it could be used for the management of diabetes, but we are also interested in seeing if it can also be used in the management and treatment of patients with hypertension, which includes type 2 diabetes,” he explained.
“This device can potentially be used by doctors and other healthcare providers to identify and treat hypertension in a patient and to help them manage their blood pressure.”
Dr. McDonas explained that the device has been developed by the Edinburgh University team using a technology called ’embrane-based’ technology.
Embrane is a type of polymer made up of a layer of carbon atoms that has a high molecular weight, which means it can carry a large number of electrical charges.
The researchers used the device’s thin-film sensor to make a series or a composite device, and then added a layer containing hydrogels that allow it to absorb and hold charged ions.
This allows it to change shape and behave in different ways depending on the amount and the location of charged ions in the polymer layer.
In this way, the EMV-based device can store information about your blood sugars and also measure your blood flow and blood pressure.
“The EMNIP device is the first device that has ever been made that can be made using the membrane of a gel that can hold hydrogel gel that is made from a membrane,” Dr. Martin Macdona explained.
The EMNs were also made by a different team of scientists at the Glasgow University in Scotland, and have been shown to be safe in clinical trials.
The devices are designed to be used on a single wrist, and can measure your glucose levels in one of three ways: with a light sensor on the wrist, with an infrared probe on the hand, or with a thin film sensor on a finger.
Dr Macdones said the EMNs are already used in clinical settings, including in hospitals and in clinics.
The study is published in the journal Diabetes.
“A number of other companies have developed similar devices, but they are still relatively new and have not been able to demonstrate efficacy,” he added.
“Now we are able to show that they can be very useful for clinical use.”
For more on blood pressure and diabetes, see BBC Health’s blog, What is blood pressure?