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Author Topic: Now You Can Check Blood Sugar Levels on Your iPhone  (Read 6312 times)

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Now You Can Check Blood Sugar Levels on Your iPhone
« on: December 11, 2013, 03:34:12 pm »
Got diabetes? Well, there?s an app to manage that. For the first time, a new device will allow people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes to check their blood sugar levels using their iPhones, the Daily Mail reports.

The device is called the iBGStar, and it?s manufactured by the French pharmaceutical company Sanofi. The gadget works in the same way as a traditional blood glucose monitor, but it?s only one-inch wide and attaches to the bottom of an Apple iPhone or iPod touch. Built-in software evaluates diabetes data and flashes results instantly onto the IBGStar?s screen.

The iBGStar includes a free diabetes manager app that stores, tracks and analyzes medical data, with input options for carbohydrate intake, insulin injection times and exercise routines. The app sends alerts when blood sugar readings are either too low or too high. In addition, the app offers an email function so users can instantly share their info with health care providers.



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