Technology is now being deployed to different aspects of life to help make things easier. When it comes to health, there is a need for extra care because it involves the lives of people. If it makes health care delivery easier and it is safe, then it needs to be put to use. However, not before appropriate approvals by relevant authorities. According to recent reports, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved an application to help with insulin delivery. This is the first app that is getting approval to help with insulin delivery.
The developer of the application, Tandem Diabetes Care, recently announced that its t:connect mobile app now has FDA clearance for use. Through the t:slim X2 insulin pump, the app can help users to control bolus insulin delivery.
In a press statement, Tandem CEO John Sheridan said