Biosensor to Routinely Monitor Alcohol Consumption


University of California engineers have built a small, ultra-low power injectable biosensor for regularly monitoring patients for continuous alcohol consumption. This device will be powered wirelessly by a wearable device like a smartwatch. Presently, breathalyzers are used to estimate blood alcohol levels in the patient’s body, requires patients interference, which is not accurate. Hence this tiny powerful device can be injected in human body for definite results.