EU Approved Easylog Insulin Pen Injection Monitor Device
Biocorp received a European approval for introduction of its EASYLOG device in market on January 02, 2018.
The device offers easy monitoring of insulin pen injector usage. Biocorp, France-based Company manufactures medical devices. Easylog insulin fits on most common pen injectors and records the dose delivered, the product concentration, and time and date of injection. However, the device lacks display screen and the data is transferred to the smartphone of user, which can be reviewed at any time. The readings are also transferred to an online portal for doctors and caretakers to be able to analyze as necessary.
Smart drug delivery systems are connected medical devices designed to meet evolving needs of patients and healthcare provider’s new requirements for efficient, connected and user-friendly health solutions. Easylog is a compact add-on module designed to fit pen injectors. Smart sensors collect injection data directly from disposable or reusable pens and send information back to the smartphone via Bluetooth.
According to Diabetes Injection Pens Market report published by Coherent Market Insights, diabetes insulin pens are advanced forms of prefilled insulin syringes and pen needles that are used to inject insulin in the body of patients suffering from type-1 diabetes. These pens usually consist of an insulin cartridge that acts as an insulin reservoir and a dial that is used to measure the exact volume of insulin that is intended to be delivered to the patient. This innovative solution offers new possibilities for treatment management and monitoring. A dedicated mobile app provides digital tools to enhance patient experience. Usage of the injection pen is not modified in any way by attaching the Easylog to it.
The device provides visual and audio reminders of recommended time for injections. It also sends an alert to the user if a double-dose is administered by mistake. The device is disposable. The device rate is expected to be less due to its simplicity.
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