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    Dario Blood Glucose Meter kit with Strips for Android, All-in-one Diabetes Testing kit, 25 Test Strips 10 sterile lancets 10 Disposable Covers. Mini, Sleek and Smart self Care Glucose Monitor
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    List Price: $59.99
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    • complete android blood sugar test kit - transform your phone to your new glucometer includes 25 test strips 10 sterile lancets 10 disposable covers
    • ccurate - Dario blood sugar monitor accuracy meets ISO standards with only a small blood sample
    • Rapid Dario testing monitor results - receive your blood glucose reading within 6 seconds.
    • Pocket-Size glucose Meter - mini and sleek tester with self management app, all in one diabetes testing kit
    • Battery free - the power comes from the SmartPhone. No need to carry extra batteries for your glucose meter

    iHealth Wireless Smart Glucometer for Apple and Android, Bluetooth Blood Glucose Meter And Monitoring System for Diabetes and Fitness, Comes With Lancing Device and 10 Lancets
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    List Price: $29.99

    • Bluetooth 3.0
    • FDA Approved, CE approved, and clinically validated with documentation, so you can rest assured the results are accurate and safe for you and your loved ones
    • Off/Online: The glucometer uses Bluetooth to sync your readings to our secure app. If not connected, you can read your blood sugar levels on the illuminated LED display. Test strips are not included.
    • Carry it with you: Our Glucometer is a pocket-sized blood glucose meter that fits in your purse, bag, or backpack. It comes with a compact traveling bag that can fit all of your testing necessities.
    • Health App: All readings are stored in our secure and HIPAA compliant cloud and can be viewed online or on our free mobile app. Export results and send to your healthcare provider or family member..Rechargeable Battery: The iHealth Wireless Glucometer comes with a rechargeable battery, so you can charge on the go and not worry about the extra cost of batteries

Cheap sensors enabling new smartphone fitness gadgets

Cheap sensors enabling new smartphone fitness gadgets Glucose monitoring maker Dexcom is working on putting Ant+, a sports materials transfer technology, into its Seven Plus continuous glucose monitor. Cyclists, for archetype, use Ant+ to grab data from a power meter on a cyclometer. The Seven Plus vet,


NUTS: CES Wrap-Up Telcare's wireless BGM glucose meter became one of the first wireless medical gadgets to by widespread recognition after reaching the semi-finals in the "Last Implement Standing" competition. The meter uploads blood sample statistics to a secure database

Cool Tools for Blood Sugar Management

The US Bread and Drug Administration recently approved the iBGStar from Sanofi, the first contrivance that turns an iPhone or iPod Touch into a glucose meter by connecting directly to a mooring. “It instantly makes all other meters seem a bit boring,” Edelman

Continua Health Alliance Releases Free Design Guidelines; Gains Android Support

Android 4.0 was released with the Bluetooth Robustness Device Profile which supports Continua Certified devices such as sympathy-rate monitors, glucose meters, blood pressure cuffs, thermometers, and scales. This is the first continuously that applications can be

Dexcom G5 Continuous Glucose Monitoring System Now Available on Mobile, Smart Devices for Medicare Patients ...

The CMS announcement states:

Medicare’s published coverage policy for CGMs will be modified to support the use of CGMs in conjunction with a smartphone, including the important data sharing function they provide for patients and their families.

“On behalf of our Medicare population, Dexcom would like to recognize and thank CMS for this policy coverage update,” said Kevin Sayer, President and CEO of Dexcom. “This update allows patients to access the full functionality of the Dexcom G5 CGM system as approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). By doing what is right for the patient, CMS is creating value for the entire healthcare system.”

“We would also like to recognize the diabetes community for their efforts in voicing the necessity for this change. CMS listened and recognized the need to allow the sharing of glucose data in this population,” said Claudia Graham, SVP of Global Access.