Dexcom mobile app is designed to aggregate glucose and other diabetes-related data from patients' devices and display the integrated data on a smartphone.
Dr. Bobinet co-teaches courses on patient engagement and empowerment, as well as health design at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Described as the first sharing economy service for consumer help, it reveals nearby "Diabetes Helpers" from the crowd to aid in sudden crises.
Kids can feed Jerry the Bear foods, check his blood sugar level, and give him insulin, all while learning how to manage their own condition.
Researchers have invented a low-cost, microchip-based test for diagnosing type-1 diabetes that could speed up tests and enable further study of the disease.
The mHealth program aims to combat diabetes by improving and raising awareness among diabetic patients while offering training to health professionals.
The study, which involved the iPhone 4S, focused on the safety and effectiveness of automated glycemic management under unrestricted outpatient conditions.
iHealth unveils the world’s most portable mobile blood glucose monitor, affordable strip replacement program
iHealth Align is the world's smallest, FDA-approved mobile blood glucose monitor which plugs directly into iPhone or Android device though a headphone jack.
The service already comes with ultra fast data input, intelligent Nagbot engine, reminders, testing supply management and alerts, and more.
The system is designed to allow people living with diabetes a new way to stay in touch with their health, while also being able to contribute to science.