Biometryks LLC is a non-invasive biomarker company utilizing proprietary graphene based wearable sensor technology

The company was founded in 2021 by surgeon Kris Siemionow MD, PhD (the founder of,  Holosurgical and Inteneural, a digital health companies both of which have been acquired) and a pioneer in Data Mining and Big Data Learning - Paul Lewicki PhD (the founder of StatSoft and STATISTICA). Biometryks LLC is made up of a team of clinicians, chemists, researchers, and AI software engineers.  It is headquartered in Miami, Florida with R&D center located in Warsaw, Poland.


Biometryks B1 sensor will offer noninvasive, long-term glucose and electrolyte monitoring. You will not have to bother about B1 sensor calibration. It is ready to be used straight out of the box. Just attach it to your skin, activate it using our mobile App and you are ready to go! Furthermore, Biometryks B1 is powered by AI algorithms that deliver a comprehensive view on diabetes and comorbidities you might have.

Whether you've recently been diagnosed, have been fighting type 1 or type 2 diabetes for a while, or are assisting a loved one, Biometrics B1 is the product you've been looking for.

# First poke-free sensor. The only sensor for truly noninvasive glucose monitoring (painless for of measurements)

# B1 attached to the patient's skin can analyse continuously glucose level for two weeks

# Activation of the sensor is very convenient and fast
(less than one minute!)

# Patient doesn't have to do anything to take measurements

# Patient can report any symptoms, medications, food, physical activity, and many more important events that influence the glucose level using a dedicated Biometryks mobile app

# Using our mobile app you can easily share your data with your doctor or family

# The sensor wirelessly transmits the collected measurements to the patient's phone

# Measurements of B1 don't have to be crosschecked with the measurements of the reference glucometer

# Biometryks B1 can exchange data with third-party products intended for comorbidities monitoring. A combination of AI algorithms and additional data gives the ability to interpret the results in terms of various comorbidities and conditions like blood pressure, heart rate, saturation, etc.

# Our app presents to the patient daily, weekly and monthly trends which are crucial in building awareness of own glucose levels in various situations

# We are monitoring continuously glucose level therefore medications and food doesn't influence the assessment of the overall patient condition

# All data points collected by the mobile app are analysed by our AI algorithms. In result patient gets a unique view on its diabetes, support in disease management,  recommendations related to a healthy lifestyle, and risks elimination

# The sensor doesn't have to be calibrated by the patient

# All components accessible to patient are 100% nickel free 

Despite the fact that glucometers and CGM systems are very popular, those products have several limitations

Why is it important to keep diabetes under control?

Diabetes occurs when blood sugar, also called blood glucose, is too high. Over time, if not well controlled, it can cause serious health problems such as heart disease, kidney failure, blindness, and limb amputation. Managing diabetes entails reducing high blood sugar, keeping it within a healthy range, and controlling blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Biometryks B1 with its unique graphene technology supports patients in diabetes control. 

See below what the American Diabetes Association says on frequently diagnosed comorbidities.

 Diabetes & Cardiovascular Disease

People with diabetes are twice as likely to have heart disease or a stroke than people without diabetes

People with diabetes are twice as likely to have heart disease or a stroke than people without diabetes

With proper exercise, diet, and diabetes management, you can reduce your risk of getting CVD and the complications that come with it.

 Diabetes & Kidney Disease

Not everyone with diabetes develops kidney disease. Factors that can influence kidney disease development include genetics, blood glucose control, and blood pressure.

Having diabetes can can lead to kidney damage which causes them to fail. Failing kidneys lose their ability to filter out waste products, resulting in kidney disease.

Diabetic kidney disease can be prevented by keeping blood glucose in your target range. Research has shown that tight blood glucose control reduces the risk of microalbuminuria by one third.

The better a person keeps diabetes and blood pressure under control, the lower the chance of getting kidney disease.

 Diabetes & High Blood Pressure

Two of three people with diabetes report having high blood pressure or take prescription medications to lower their blood pressure

When your blood pressure is high, your heart has to work harder and your risk for heart disease, stroke, and other problems go up

 Diabetes & Stroke

People with diabetes have 1.5 times higher probability of stroke than people without diabetes.

Understanding your risk factors, implementing healthy lifestyle changes, keeping tight blood glucose (blood sugar) control, and more will all lower your risk of ever getting a stroke.

 Diabetes & Neuropathy

Nerve damage from diabetes is called diabetic neuropathy, affecting about half of all people with diabetes. And if left untreated, has the potential to lead to infection and/or amputation of the affected area.

Keeping your blood glucose (blood sugar) levels on target is your best line of defense against neuropathy.

 Diabetes & Diabetic Ketoacidosis

When your cells don't get the glucose they need for energy, your body begins to burn fat for energy, which produces ketones. Ketones are chemicals that the body creates when it breaks down fat to use for energy.

Diabetic ketoacidosis is a serious condition that can lead to diabetic coma or even death. It is caused by an overload of ketones present in your blood

Diabetes & Eye Health

Diabetes is the leading cause of vision loss in people 18–64 years old.

The annual routine eye exam could prevent 95% of vision loss caused by diabetes. 

 Diabetes & Foot Complications

Foot problems most often happen when there is nerve damage, also called neuropathy.

For people with diabetes, even ordinary foot problems can get worse and lead to serious complications.

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