Patented Electrochemical Sensor Technology
Human skin, the largest organ of the body, it is capable of transporting species such as water, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and surprisingly alcohol. Giner’s patented electrochemical sensor technology is capable measuring the alcohol that passes through the skin and correlating that measurement to blood alcohol levels. This provides a passive, non-invasive method of determining alcohol consumption.
We have also developed a prototype neonatal carbon dioxide (CO2) transdermal sensor for use with newborn babies.
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