DarioHealth offers 2-way coaching in latest diabetes app update
DarioHealth last week introduced version 4.0 of its diabetes management app to support a two-way coaching chat platform that aims to improve user experience and the way diabetes is managed, as well as key architectural infrastructure advances that will pave the way for a membership service.
“This is a big milestone for DarioHealth and we are very proud of version 4.0, which comes complete with a slew of new usability and user experience features that enhance user-engagement,” Erez Raphael, chairman and CEO DarioHealth, said. “The impact of our new coaching and membership features continue to highlight how DarioHealth is disrupting the digital health arena, as we put an emphasis on our holistic diabetes coaching programs. Furthermore, with the imminent launch of our iPhone Lightning-compatible blood glucose monitoring system in the U.S. market, we expect additional market share as we now can cater to iPhone customers with our award-winning Dario app.”
Used in conjunction with the Dario Blood Glucose Monitoring System or as a standalone app, the mobile app also supplies an educational content library and a digital program that aims to help consumers simplify their diabetes management.
Drive DeVilbiss scores favor among sports fans with new cane tips
Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare on Friday announced the addition of the new Sports Ball Cane Tips to its canes and crutches line to help personalize its durable medical equipment mobility line to sports fans.
Featuring soccer, tennis, golf and basketball designs, the sport-themed cane tips fit most ¾” diameter canes and allow the cane to stand on its own. The cane tips are designed to replace lost or worn out cane tips without the use of tools and provide a strong grip while protecting floor surfaces from cane damage.
Headquartered in Port Washington, N.Y., Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare manufactures a complete line of medical products, including mobility products, sleep and respiratory products, beds, bariatric products, wheelchairs, sleep surfaces and pressure prevention products, self-assist products, power operated wheelchairs, rehabilitation products, resident room equipment, personal care products and electrotherapy devices.
Incontinence consumers get better fit with new Depend sizing
Kimberly-Clark’s Depend incontinence brand on Monday released a new sizing for both men and women’s Depend Fit-Flex Underwear to ensure a better fit. A new study from Depend brand found that nearly one in four Americans living with bladder leakage withdrew from the people and things they love due to discomfort and anxiety.
“We are always looking to help those who experience bladder leakage find a solution to help manage the condition,” Jennifer Nobui, senior brand manager for Depend, said. “We are committed to breaking category stigmas and providing products that allow our consumers to live the same lives they lived before bladder leakage. That’s why we created new sizing to better fit our consumers’ needs and to allow them to reconnect with the people and things they love.”
Depend Fit-Flex is now available in sizes small, medium, large and extra-large for women and sizes small/medium, large and extra-large for men. With more sizes than before, Depend Fit-Flex Underwear provides a better fit for all body shapes and sizes, including an improved waistband to keep the brief in place and new tailored tension for comfort.
“As a licensed psychotherapist, I know that being comfortable both inside and out is essential to living a healthy lifestyle, no matter your age,” Robi Ludwig, Depend brand spokesperson, said. “The new Depend Fit-Flex sizes offer individuals experiencing incontinence a way to feel comfortable and confident in their own skin, which is essential to living your best life at any age.”