Mobile users who ever thought monitoring or scrutinizing one’s blood sugar level revolves around complexity and should solely be left on their doctors’ shoulders may have to tamper with their thoughts. A new device developed by Telcare has finally emerged to help users independently test and monitor their blood sugar with utmost convenience.
Benefiting from mobile technology, the new blood glucose meter not only consumes as little time as possible, but also sends sugar level data to a cloud-based server. The unique yet highly purposive device basically zeroes in on helping mobile users manage their health and keep an eye over their blood sugar level – without really having any confusion or uneasiness.
So how does Telcare solution get into action? Well, users will simply have to prick their finger and draw a small amount of blood. Subsequent to which, the blood is put on a strip which is then infused into the device’s topmost part – which looks almost like a mobile phone. However, the results are rendered when the strip sends an electrical signal to the meter, which further transmits the data to a cloud server through a mobile phone network.
Compatible with iOS and Android smartphones, the new device also enables users to know if their blood glucose level is too high or too low. So in a nutshell, depending on factors such as weight and age, the blood glucose level of everyone will differ and so would the results. At the same time, your sugar blood level data will get stored on the Internet for easier and faster access.
Indeed promising and purposeful, the new Telcare device however is anticipated to be on drugstore shelves really soon. As far as the pricing is concerned, the strips are priced at $36 for a bundle of 50, whereas a contract of one-year with the new medical instrument will cost users $100.