Technology Product News

Published Online: Tuesday, June 18, 2013

OneTouch Verio Sync Blood Glucose System

Marketed by: LifeScan, Inc
LifeScan, Inc, has received clearance from the FDA for its OneTouch Verio Sync Blood Glucose Monitoring System, which automatically sends blood glucose results to an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch via Bluetooth technology and the OneTouch Reveal mobile app. The OneTouch Reveal mobile app allows users to view personalized information on their device, including a 14-day summary of blood sugar tests results and visuals showing the percentage of results within the user’s target range, and share the information with care providers, family, or friends through an e-mail or text message.
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iHealth Pulse Oximeter
Marketed by: iHealth Labs Inc
iHealth Labs introduces the iHealth Pulse Oximeter to its suite of health devices, allowing athletes and patients with breathing difficulties, heart problems, or other health challenges to easily measure oxygen saturation and pulse rate from iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The fingertip device connects wirelessly via Bluetooth to take fast, non-invasive measurements and displays results on an easy-to-read LED screen. The fingertip device stores up to 100 measurements, and an accompanying app, iHealth SpO2, can store up to 9999 measurements.
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Omron electroTHERAPY Solution
Marketed by: Omron Healthcare, Inc
Omron Healthcare, Inc’s electroTHERAPY Pain Relief unit offers over-the-counter relief for lower back pain, muscle pain, and joint pain using Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. The device includes interchangeable programs for the arm, lower back, and leg and foot area, with 5 different intensity levels. The portable, pocket-size device is designed for use on multiple body parts or by different family members, and includes reusable, pre-gelled, and self-sticking pads. It is available through major drug retailers, including CVS, Walgreens, and Rite Aid, and online at,, and
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ScriptPro CRS 150 and CRS 225
Marketed by: ScriptPro
ScriptPro introduces 2 new size options to its line of Compact Robotic System (CRS) prescription dispensing systems. The CRS 150 unit takes up 9.5 square feet of space and contains 150 universal dispensing cells. Meanwhile, the CRS 225 takes up 12.1 square feet of space and contains 225 universal dispensing cells. Both units can fill, label, and deliver 150 prescriptions per hour, and include a built-in workspace for cell replenishment and overflow storage. The units require access from the front of the cabinet only, allowing shelving to be placed against the remaining unit sides.
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