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Non-invasive diabetes ALERT WEARABLES

Breathe easy. Diabetes monitoring no longer has to be annoying or painful.
Coming 2020.

 
 

As Featured On: Wired, CNBC, Fox, CBS, ABC, Chicago Tribune, Smithsonian Magazine, Birmingham Business Journal, Made In Alabama, and more

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Monitor

Nano-gas sensors use exhaled breath to identify diabetic status.

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Detect

Visual and haptic cues, plus app and text notifications pushed to caregivers.

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Protect

Safeguard children, parents, or friends in your care- from anywhere.

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.

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Non Invasive Diabetes Monitoring is only THREE STEPS away

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Step 1: Get AerBetic

Get our wearable sensor, and download the
free app.

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Step 2: Tune AerBetic

Input glucose levels to help AerBetic learn your unique breath signature.

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Step 3: Confidently Monitor

Use the app to observe status from anywhere.

*If your alerts and readings from AerBetic do not match symptoms or expectations, use a blood glucose meter to make diabetes treatment decisions.

“Type 1 Diabetics – and caregivers of Type 1 Diabetics – have been asking for a non-invasive monitoring solution for some time. AerBetic’s vision of incorporating a gas sensor that improves and gets smarter over time will be a game changer. The ability to reliably monitor patients remotely will drastically improve the quality of life for people with diabetes and
their caregivers.”

-Kristen Noles, RN, DNP, CNL and  Nurse Leader at the University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Winner – Alabama LaunchPad

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Awarded Southern Research i6 Challenge Grant

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Featured at CES 2019

When a diabetic episode is occurring, the skin and breath emit certain gases. Dogs have been in service helping diabetics since 2003. These animals are trained to use their keen sense of smell to detect those gases in diabetics and alert them to a possible episode.

AerBetic uses state-of-the-art nanotechnology in very small air sensors that can detect these same gases at the parts per billion level. Our sensors, integrated into our wearable devices such as bracelets and pendants, are programmed to detect the gases indicative of hypoglycemic and hyperglycemic episodes. Through a companion mobile app, our devices monitor and notify patients and caregivers to a suspected event.

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Partners

 
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 Breathe easy. Diabetes monitoring no longer has to be annoying or painful.
Coming 2020.

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AerBetic Features

 
 
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Non-Invasive

Tiny nanotech gas sensors are integrated into stylish wearable devices, not inserted under the skin.

Continuously Learning

Over time, AerBetic uses inputted glucose levels to fine tune to the patient

*If your alerts and readings from AerBetic do not match symptoms or expectations, use a blood glucose meter to make diabetes treatment decisions.

Customizable Alerts

Set desired ranges and AerBetic will notify you when the patient’s levels move outside them

Smartphone Capable


Free app displays current and recent data (iOS Only)

Monitor Loved Ones

Caregivers have 24/7 visibility, and can also be sent alerts.

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Affordable

The AerBetic system can cost less than most glucose monitoring solutions.


NON-INVASIVE DIABETES ALERT WEARABLES