US-based Medtronic, a top medical technology company, has launched an Arabic-enabled sensor-augmented insulin pump, a breakthrough in the management of diabetes and is a step closer to the artificial pancreas.
The health IT market is expected to experience a compound annual growth rate of 24 percent through 2014, according to a report.
This overdue investment in IT is aimed squarely at the construction of a long-anticipated information backbone
Medtronic on Wednesday said it received US regulatory approval for the first remote glucose monitor that will let parents check the blood sugar of a diabetic child sleeping in another room.
About three out of four severe hypoglycemic react