Alexa will now be able to monitor a person’s blood sugar levels just with a voice command.
A company named Ambrosia Systems launched this skill recently called Follow BluCon for Amazon’s Alexa to monitor Blood sugar levels of Diabetic patients.
We will now be able to monitor (if diabetic) blood sugar level by just saying to Alexa “Get last glucose reading of “person’s name””.
After Apple launched ECG skill in the latest Apple watch this is a new advancement in technology.
This will help people and focus on their health every time and anywhere with the help of these devices.
That is easy to carry or smart wearable like Apple’s watch and Amazon’s Alexa a smart home device.
You can monitor your health with no such long appointments of doctors at home only without anyone’s help.
Technology being used for making health care better and easy, what else do we want if this way we use things for making a better and healthy future for people.
Follow BluCon is a new feature of Ambrosia’s Abbot Freestyle Liber and Pro Sensor systems for Continuous Glucose Monitoring (GCM). The skill is especially helpful for caregivers of diabetes patients as it gives them the ability to check on their loved ones’ glucose levels without bothering them or having to sign in to a mobile app. Piyush Gupta, Chief Executive Officer of Ambrosia Systems says.
This will not only show our levels after every five minutes but also will monitor graphs whether there are any further risks on your daily routine or there is any type of changes in your health behavior.
We can further diagnose with just a single app on our phone or with the help of amazon’s alexa new skill.