SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Ambrosia announced the availability of the new NightRider and LinkBluCon app. The system can be setup to notify the user if their glucose is outside their target range, for example, or if there is a signal loss between the BluCon and the phone. The user continues to be able to scan their sensor as often as desired to see their glucose reading, trends and patterns, and eight-hour history.
Ambrosia's NightRider BluCon and LinkBluCon app users can use iPhone, Android phones and Apple, Android, Fitbit watch to monitor their glucose levels and receive notifications when glucose readings are outside the target range. They can also share their glucose readings remotely with their caregivers.
Ambrosia will also make it easier in the future to see health and activity data alongside glucose data on the Ambrosia care platform, which will be an effective tool for users in managing their diabetes. Users will be able to see how sleep, heart rate and cardio fitness can affect their glucose levels. This information, in combination with data from other sources and machine learning, will give Ambrosia an unprecedented ability to better understand the impact of lifestyle and environment on health outcomes.
BluCon can also be used to display glucose readings from FreeStyle Libre, Libre 2, Libre Pro sensor on Apple and Huawei 2 watch without the phone.
Ambrosia and the Ambrosia logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Ambrosia Systems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. Third-party trademarks are the property of their respective owners. LinkBluCon app is not FDA approved, do not use to make any medical decisions.
About Ambrosia Systems
Ambrosia Systems is a fast-growing medical technology company focused on building easy to use and affordable technology solutions for patients, providers, medical device companies. The NightRider BluCon is currently in use in more than 100 countries. Ambrosia's care platform allows integration of various medical devices to store and share health and fitness related data. To learn more, visit www.ambrosiasys.com