Ditto data system bridges glucose monitors, smartphones

The ditto Glucose Data System consists of a Bluetooth device, an electronic logbook app, and a secure Web site.

(Credit: Biomedtrics)

Let’s face it: traditional glucose monitors require their share of work. Even diabetics who are diligent about monitoring their glucose levels have to then go to the trouble of either plugging the meters into a computer to upload the readings or tracking them manually.

So Pleasanton, Calif.-based Biomedtrics has come up with what it calls the ditto Glucose Data System to bridge the gap between glucose monitors and smartphones and thus make glucose tracking a little easier. The system comprises a Bluetooth device, an electronic logbook app, and a secure Web site — called mydittolife — on which to store and track data. Users can also share the information with their physician, family, caregivers, etc.

The device is available on Amazon for $ 129, while the logbook app is available … [Read more]

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