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NCT ID: NCT00712361 Completed - Clinical trials for Accuracy of the SofTouch Device Measuring Blood Glucose and Other Parameters.

A Comparative Study of the SoftTouch Non-Invasive Finger-Mounted Device

Start date: July 2008
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

1. Aim: SoftTouch is a non-invasive device intending for use in the temporarily quantitative measurement of peripheral blood biomarkers. The aim of the clinical trial is to study the accuracy of the SoftTouch device compared with registered (FDA-approved) invasive and non-invasive devices. 2. Hypothesis: Human physiological biomarkers may be measured from the color distribution of the internal or external (skin) tissue. The technology of the SoftTouch finger-mounted device is based on the color distribution of the peripheral blood tissue, which enables the measurement of certain biomarkers and vital signs under consideration.