The data is sent from the blood sugar reader to the iPhone over Bluetooth. Within the app itself, patients can track blood sugar levels over the course of the day, allowing them to plan future meals by checking sugar levels in certain foods. The patient can also e-mail or text that blood sugar information to others, such as parents, helping them monitor their kids' health. Here, Mathew demonstrates how the iPhone communicate directly with a glucose monitor.
March 17, 2009 2:31 PM PDT
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