EMS: This invention would also be able to suggest sources of aid and provide medication for disorders and/or unhealthy characteristics; at the moment, accepting would be purely on a consensual basis. This system has been described as the EMS, or Endocrinal Moderation System. The EMS microneedle dosage apparatus works hand-in-hand with the glucose monitors built into the shirt to deliver dosages of needed hormones.

For type 1 diabetics whose bodies are not able to produce their own insulin, the EMS acts as a substitute pancreas. The optimal level of blood glucose is 70-110 mg/dl. When the blood glucose levels exceed 180mg/dl to the point of hyperglycemia, the EMS automatically injects insulin into the bloodstream. (Insulin is an endocrinal hormone which induces fat cells in the body to absorb glucose from the bloodstream, thus reducing the blood glucose levels.)

Type 2 diabetics, whose bodies create insulin, but are somewhat resistant to its effects may also receive automated insulin injections, but must confirm with their physician first. However if the blood glucose levels of either type of diabetic drop below 70mg/dl, the EMS will detect the presence of hypoglycemia. Instead of injecting insulin, it will inject the glucagon hormone. (Glucagon works like the opposite of insulin by inducing certain cells in the body, most notably the liver, to produce glucose out of already present proteins, and thereby increasing the blood glucose level)

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