DreaMed Receives Another FDA Clearance For AI-Powered Diabetes Software
Israeli firm DreaMed has scored a new US Food and Drug Administration clearance for its AI-based diabetes decision support system Advisor Pro. The clearance enables physicians to use the software for patients with type 1 diabetes using continuous glucose monitoring (CGMs) and blood glucose meters (BGMs).
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