BOYDSense – Our Inspiration

BOYDSense – Our Inspiration

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

BOYDSense – Our Expertise

BOYDSense – Our Expertise

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

BOYDSense – g-sense Prototype Demo

BOYDSense – g-sense Prototype Demo

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

Diabetes  Types of Insulin – PostCare Recovery Patient Education HD

Diabetes Types of Insulin – PostCare Recovery Patient Education HD

Insulin is the hormone normally made in the pancreas that stimulates the flow of sugar – glucose – from the blood into the cells of the body. Glucose provides the cells with the energy they need to function. There are two main groups of insulins used in the treatment of diabetes: human insulins and analog

Medicare & You: Diabetes

Medicare & You: Diabetes

Hi, I’m Angela James with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. I’d like to share some information about diabetes screenings and supplies, and how Medicare has you covered. Did you know that diabetes affects nearly 21 million children and adults in the United States? And millions more are un-diagnosed or have pre-diabetes and don’t

Lancet not pricking your finger? – Dario Tip of the Day #8

Lancet not pricking your finger? – Dario Tip of the Day #8

Hello Dario users. Today’s Dario tip of the day is what to do if that lancet isn’t pricking your finger. The first thing to look at is after you take off the orange cap, see if the needle is bent. And it’s very tiny so you might not be able to see but that needle

Preventing Bloodborne Infections When Using Fingerstick Devices

Preventing Bloodborne Infections When Using Fingerstick Devices

>>Rayner: FDA AND CDC ARE ALERTING HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS AND PATIENTS ABOUT THE RISK OF TRANSMITTING HEPATITIS B VIRUS AND OTHER INFECTIOUS DISEASES WHEN FINGERSTICK DEVICES ARE USED ON MORE THAN ONE PERSON. THESE DEVICES PUNCTURE THE SKIN TO OBTAIN SMALL AMOUNTS OF BLOOD FOR TESTING SOMEONE’S BLOOD GLUCOSE, HEMOGLOBIN, OR OTHER BLOOD COMPONENTS. SOME