Design of Micropump for Microfludic System based Diabetes Management

Authors : Anu V, Dr. Prasanna Kumar. S. C.

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 5 - May

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Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is an illness created by an absence of insulin. In people, if insulin isn’t given remotely, glycemia can’t be managed accurately. As indicated by a few examinations, tight control of glycemia decreases the odds of building up the ulterior intricacies of this sickness. DM can incredibly diminish the patient’s personal satisfaction whenever left untreated. Conventional insulin mixture procedures including a syringe and needle are illogical and upsetting. Insulin siphons are an extraordinary choice to accomplish convenience and individual solace. The siphon is exceptionally exact conveying precise amounts of insulin independent of outer conditions. Micropumps are key segments of microfluidic frameworks with applications extending from organic liquid taking care of two microelectronic cooling.

Keywords : Continous Glucouse Monitoring, Micropump, Insulin, Fluid Structure Interaction.


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