Pops Diabetes Care said this week that the FDA cleared its Pops! one blood glucose monitoring system.
The Minneapolis-based company’s device can be attached directly to the back of a mobile phone and interacts with the user through a coaching app. The Pops! one system also allows users to review their blood glucose trends and share the data with family members and healthcare professionals.
Pops Diabetes Care said it expects to launch the commercialization process in early 2019.
“We are thrilled to have successfully worked with the FDA to clear this novel solution for people with diabetes. POPS! is delivering a simple experience to help people take action to achieve their goals,” CEO Lonny Stormo said in prepared remarks.
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