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World's smallest Smart glucose meter for the mobile phones get CE approval | Anything Medical and Mobile | Scoop.it
scoop.it — “Philosys, a company based in New York City, received European CE Mark approval for its Gmate SMART glucose meter, an iPhone/iPad attachment that is the world’s smallest glucometer. The meter uses the iOS device via the headset jack as the interface to display results and track readings. It would seem that the same glucometer should also be compatible with other smartphones as long as an appropriate app is developed. Philosys is currently looking to partner with cell phone firms to help dis” View full resource at scoop.it
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phys.org — “(Phys.org)—A pioneering mobile device using cutting-edge nanotechnology to rapidly detect malaria infection and drug resistance could revolutionise how the disease is diagnosed and treated.” View full resource at phys.org
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huffingtonpost.com — “Can you imagine delivering a baby in the middle of the night with no light except the glow of a mobile phone? Without any water or electricity? Without even a bed or sheets for that matter? Esther Madudu, a 32-year-old Ugandan midwife, can. She encounters challenges like these almost every day.” View full resource at huffingtonpost.com
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