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Glooko Launches the Glooko™ IR Adapter to Give ACCU-CHEK® Blood Glucose Meter Customers Access to the Glooko Logbook Solution
Date:5/30/2012

PALO ALTO, Calif. and INDIANAPOLIS, May 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Glooko, Inc., makers of an innovative diabetes logbook solution, and Roche Diabetes Care, makers of ACCU-CHEK blood glucose monitoring systems, insulin pumps and information management solutions, today announced their co-promotion of the Glooko Logbook solution in the U.S.  With the introduction of the Glooko IR Adapter, ACCU-CHEK customers who prefer to manage their diabetes on their iPhone or iPod touch can now use the Glooko MeterSync Cable and the Glooko Logbook app. With the Glooko products, not only can ACCU-CHEK users download their blood glucose readings from their meter, but they can also add notes and view the information anytime, anywhere on their mobile devices to help them monitor their blood glucose values.

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The new Glooko IR Adapter connects to the Glooko MeterSync Cable to download blood glucose readings from ACCU-CHEK meters into the Glooko Logbook app on the consumer's iPhone and iPod touch. The Glooko IR Adapter is compatible with the following ACCU-CHEK systems: ACCU-CHEK Aviva, ACCU-CHEK Compact Plus, and the recently released ACCU-CHEK Nano SmartView Meter System.

"Our goal at Roche is to give people with diabetes the tools they need to manage their diabetes in a way that is convenient for them," said Marc Gibeley, Head of Roche Diabetes Care North America. "We want to give our customers choices, and the Glooko products nicely complement our current suite of information management solutions. It's important for people to see their blood sugar patterns, and now our customers who prefer mobile Apple iOS devices can download readings and review trends on their iPhone or iPod touch to help them better manage their life with diabetes." 

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