- Tiny nanotech gas sensors are integrated into stylish wearable devices.
- Over time, AerBetic uses inputted glucose levels to fine tune to the patient.
- Set desired ranges and AerBetic will notify when the levels move outside them.
- Free app displays current and recent data.
- Caregivers have 24/7 visibility, and can also be sent alerts.
Nano-gas sensors use exhaled breath to identify diabetic status. Visual and haptic cues, plus app and text notifications pushed to caregivers. Safeguard children, parents, or friends in your care- from anywhere.
Thriving with confidence
Imagine taking care of your diabetic child, parent, or friend without subjecting them to bothersome or painful monitoring devices or continuous finger sticks.Think about thriving with confidence, knowing they are protected. Picture peace of mind, finally.
Non Invasive Diabetes Monitoring is only three steps away
Get wearable sensor, and download the free app. Input glucose levels to help AerBetic learn your unique breath signature. Use the app to observe status from anywhere.
Skin and breath emit certain gases
When a diabetic episode is occurring, the skin and breath emit certain gases. AerBetic uses state-of-the-art nanotechnology in very small air sensors that can detect these same gases at the parts per billion level are programmed to detect the gases indicative of hypoglycemic and hyperglycemic episodes. Through a companion mobile app, devices monitor and notify patients and caregivers to a suspected event.
|Monitor||Nano-gas sensors use exhaled breath to identify diabetic status|
|Detect||Visual and haptic cues, app and text notifications pushed to caregivers|
|Protect||Safeguard children, parents, or friends in your care- from anywhere|
|Affordable||The AerBetic system can cost less than most glucose monitoring solutions|