“Integrating blood glucose sensing into a smartphone would eliminate the need for patients to carry a separate device,” Patrick Mercier, professor of electrical and computer engineering at UC San Diego, said in a press release. “An added benefit is the ability to autonomously store, process and send blood glucose readings from the phone to a care provider or cloud service.”
Early rates for DeviceTalks Boston end August 15th.
Don't miss the chance to save $100 and join top medtech innovators including leaders from Hologic, Google, Gray Matter, TransEnterix, NxStage Medical, Smith & Nephew, HeartFlow, Dynatronics, Johnson & Johnson, Allied Minds, and many more.
View Full Agenda
Register today to save. Use code LASTCALL to save an additional 10%.