Pads that alert pregnancy and diabetes
September 15, 2012
Alejandro Vargas gynecologist with extensive experience in marginalized communities said: “This product is designed so that all communities, especially indigenous, Afro-descendants and the poorest peasants, have an inexpensive tool and effective, which aware of possible diseases”.
The professional further claims, “Sanitary napkins is a smart item for women that could detect diabetes through blood.”
The gynecologist explained that: “The towels have a biochemical and biotechnological components that allow them to change color when urine or vaginal fluid contains gonadotropinacoriónica hormone (the pregnancy) or high glucose levels.”
“These towels already tested in some patients but the process still needs more extensive epidemiological research to give credibility to the product certification and further the components that can compress transmitted diseases or anemia.”
“The intention is that the detecting diseases easier and cheaper than can be achieved through use of a basic hygiene product”.