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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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Blood glucose monitors are used in diabetes and insulin management programs in intensive care units, emergency departments, operating rooms, and other settings in which active monitoring of critically ill patients through bedside testing is vital to getting them the treatment they need.
The Complete Gestational Diabetes Monitoring Kits include a nine-week supply of high-quality testing supplies featuring the company's Embrace, or EmbraceEVO, blood glucose monitors, 250 test strips, 300 lancets, a lancing device and other testing accessories--everything these patients need to proactively and successfully monitor and manage their diabetes through the end of their pregnancy.
(OTCQB: DRIO) has been granted a patent from the US Patent and Trademark Office broadening IP rights previously granted to the company's Dario blood glucose monitor in the US, the company said.
Last year Abbott Laboratories Inc.'s MediSense Products unit introduced its own alternate-site blood glucose monitor, called Sof-Tact.
The new iHealth device is described as the market's first, highly portable Bluetooth-enabled blood glucose monitor. The device makes it easy for people to regularly monitor their blood glucose levels and for caregivers and medical professionals to remotely view and track the measurements using a mobile device or by going online.
The iBGStar is a USB-size blood glucose monitor that works as a stand-alone monitor, or it can be used with the new iBGStar Diabetes Manager app.
The Contour USB is described as the first blood glucose monitor with plug-and-play diabetes management software.