Medtronic has released the updated iPro2 myLog app with FoodPrint report. The iPro2 myLog app offers a simple way for clinics to import patients’ logged data during their professional iPro2 continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) evaluation. With the addition of the FoodPrint report, patients’ meals are graded based on their body’s unique glucose reaction, making it easy for them to understand the link between meals and glucose variability.
The iPro2 myLog app, now powered by Nutrino, a leading AI (artificial intelligence) personalized nutrition analysis platform, is used during a professional iPro2 CGM evaluation for the patient to log their blood glucose (BGs), food and activity. Upon completion of the 6-day CGM evaluation, the information from the app is synchronized with sensor glucose data and creates two unique reports – the Pattern Snapshot report and the new FoodPrint report.
The Pattern Snapshot report shows critical glucose information such as time in target glucose range, identified patterns of glucose variability, and a clear graph of the full glucose tracing. Together these reports help the physician and the patient work together to develop a personalized therapy and treatment plan. Recognizing the important and intertwined impact that food has on diabetes, Medtronic has expanded its partnership with Nutrino, a leader in food data analytics with its flagship FoodPrint technology.