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Опубликовано 27 июня 2018, 21:47
Quincy is a koala at the San Diego Zoo with Type 1 diabetes. Now experts have a better way to check his blood sugar levels with the help of a glucose monitor. Quincy wears a sensor and transmitter, which then send information to a smart device reviewed by his caretakers. They hope the technology works as well with koalas as it does with humans. If so, vets will no longer have to prick the little guy's skin to test his blood. InsideEdition.com's Keleigh Nealon (twitter.com/KeleighNealon) has more.
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