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Abbott’s wearable glucose monitor to be available across England

Abbott’s wearable glucose monitor to be available across England

FreeStyle Libre will be prescribed to those with T1 diabetes. Patients with type 1 diabetes across England will soon be able to access Abbott's FreeStyle Libre wearable glucose sensor, a ... NHS England's Partha Kar. Both the sensor, which needs to be

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    Device. It is essential that the study objectives are clear prior to decisions being made about the selection of the devices and sensors. ... The future potential lies in the combination and correlation of data from multiple sensors and devices with

  • Daily Brief: Theresa May and the diabetes sensor, Biosimilars hit Roche in Europe, Gilead CEO to step down Daily Brief: Theresa May and the diabetes sensor, Biosimilars hit Roche in Europe, Gilead CEO to step down

    The current commercial list price of FreeStyle Libre is £57.95 for the reader, plus £57.95 for a disposable sensor (including VAT) that must be replaced every two weeks.

  • Inside the patient-centricity bubble Inside the patient-centricity bubble

    Apple has recently said they can see future technology that will measure blood glucose levels with sensors on a wearable.

  • ABPI explores the future of medicines ABPI explores the future of medicines

    Additionally, the experience explores the possibility of inhalable diagnostics sensors in the body, which US researchers are at the helm of, currently investigating the potential of carbon nanosensors that are 10,

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  • Indefinable, incomparable and enduring: the value of creativity Indefinable, incomparable and enduring: the value of creativity

    Firstly, there’s scope for creativity in how you understand your customers, leveraging behavioural economics or new data sources like the Internet of Things, wearables, sensors and social listening.

  • A new era of smart pharma A new era of smart pharma

    Through use of mobile sensors, key biometric data and associated physiology can be tracked. ... Amusing tales exist of trial subjects exhibiting miraculous changes when, in fact, the sensors were instead attached to their pet dog!

  • Digital health Digital health

    Investments in digital solutions and services skyrocketed during 2017, across the spectrum of telemedicine, wearable technology, mobile applications and remote monitoring sensors, with offerings designed to help healthcare professionals and patients

  • Pfizer and IBM's tech-enabled 'Parkinson’s house' Pfizer and IBM's tech-enabled 'Parkinson’s house'

    Behind the front door, everything from refrigerator handles and the kitchen cupboards to the armchairs and double bed are fitted with sensors that respond to subtle changes in movement in patients, ... Patients will be invited to live in the house for

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  • Apple snaps up medical experts Apple snaps up medical experts

    Other recent hires include two former Vital Connect executives – vice president of biosensor technology Ravi Narasimhan, and Nima Ferdosim, an embedded sensors expert.

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