Pops! Diabetes Care said the first patient in a trial of its Pops! one device for blood glucose testing has been enrolled in partnership with the Children's Minnesota health care system. The device, which attaches to a cellphone and transmits readings to the company's cloud-based app via Bluetooth connection, will be tested in up to 50 patients ages 10 to 25 years who have type 1 diabetes and need multiple insulin injections per day but who do not use an insulin pump.
Trial begins for Pops! Diabetes Care's glucose testing device
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