Stolen from MedGadget:Medtronic
has unveiled a new continuous glucose
monitor, the iPro 2. The device is designed for use by physicians to
identify dangerous blood glucose fluctuations in diabetic patients. For
now the system has the European CE mark, and it awaiting an FDA
regulatory approval. Medtronic touts the system's ease of use, for
example the fact that it doesn't require the patient to do anything with
it beside wearing it.
Looks like a new version of the sender for the medtronic CGM. Guessing it has a 3 day memory vs the 30 min memory that the current one has. May not have the radio transmitter part built in. What I want to know though, is how does it calibrate without the need for regular calibration blood glucose readings?