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SweetSpot Diabetes Care, Inc. Registers SweetSpot Data Transfer Service as a Medical Device Data System (MDDS) With FDA
Date:6/24/2011

SAN DIEGO, June 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- SweetSpot Diabetes Care, Inc. has registered their Diabetes Device Data Transfer service as a Medical Device Data System (MDDS) with the FDA the Company announced today, while attending the 71st Annual American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions meeting in San Diego, CA.

With the SweetSpot Diabetes Device Data Transfer service, researchers control the transfer of data from patient diabetes devices to research tools and databases according to their own research workflows. SweetSpot's service handles transferring, converting and displaying the data as well as storing it for future use.  

SweetSpot's service is web-based, allowing researchers to use the system from Windows and Mac personal computers.  Patient devices from numerous manufacturers are supported and devices can be connected to the system from homes or clinics.

By registering their Device Data Transfer service as an MDDS, SweetSpot Diabetes Care, Inc. commits to meeting the reporting and quality system compliance requirements established by the FDA for these systems.

About SweetSpot Diabetes Care, Inc.

SweetSpot Diabetes Care, Inc.  Diabetes is a health data company focused on improving the use of data in the treatment of diabetes.  SweetSpot specializes in turning raw output from patient devices into powerful information for researchers, health care providers and patients. In clinics or from home SweetSpot performs all data extraction and analysis, relieving frustration with multiple interfaces, drivers and data formats.

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Cheryl Vandemore
(503) 708-6654


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