When I started BOYDSense, I read a lot about the evolution of biosensors and I saw that the sensors were becoming smaller and more efficient, more stable, more reliable, and also less expensive. We are talking here about very small sensors, right, like a 3mm x 3mm x 0.9mm and I thought, “Aha, there is
I think that there are two very critical expertise we have which differentiate us. The first is that, in the team, we have people who have built devices by the millions. I mentioned before that I have been involved in mobile phones and the design made by my team has been produced by 200-300 million
Hi. My name is Joel Rabasco, Head of Product at BOYDSense. Great to be here with you. Today, we’re gonna give you a live demo of the g-sense Breath Meter. But first, a little bit about BOYDSense. BOYDSense is a medtech data platform company focused on the management and monitoring of chronic conditions such as
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The information provided by continuous monitoring sensors helped me, on the one hand… …to anticipate hypoglycaemia and act as soon as possible, and on the other hand, to work harder on glycemic control… and well… you eventually achieve better results. It involves no pain, no problem… …it’s like I’m connecting the tubing of the pump.
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Hey everybody! This week marks the 36th anniversary of my diagnosis with type 1 diabetes on October 10th, 1983. Last year, I shared some of the more important diabetes management lessons I’ve learned in more than three-and-a-half decades of managing the disease. This year, I’d like to share a couple of the important lessons that