November 1, 2010

Glytec Insulin Dosing Software Now Compatible with BlackBerry, Android, and iPhone

The G+ Enterprise Edition software is now compatible with select Android, BlackBerry, and iPhone devices, including the new iPhone 4 and iPad.

Glytec, LLC, a leader in glycemic management solutions, announced today that it has released a new enhancement to its inpatient blood glucose management software. The G+ Enterprise Edition software provides both intravenous and subcutaneous dosing recommendations of insulin and glucose and can be accessed from any computer within a hospital’s network. Users with mobile devices can now access real-time patient information, allowing for better monitoring of insulin dosing and blood glucose levels.

July 20, 2010

Glytec Announces FDA 510(k) Clearance on G+ Enterprise Edition Insulin Dosing Software

Glytec announced today that it has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance for its G+ System Enterprise Edition, the next generation of the industry standard sophisticated insulin management software system.

The system incorporates new innovative features including certain algorithm enhancements, additional predictive warning and alerts, a fully-integrated and real-time reporting engine, and precision bolus dosing of meal-time insulin. The Enterprise Edition software provides both intravenous and subcutaneous dosing recommendations of insulin and glucose and can be accessed from any computer within a hospital’s network.

June 28, 2010

Computerized Algorithm Can Enable Tight Glycemic Control

The Glucommander computerized intravenous insulin controller (CIIC) for insulin dosing enables providers to avoid hypoglycemia by accurately controlling patients’ blood glucose to desired target levels.

What if your facility could safely and effectively achieve tight glycemic control among patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) with little danger of severe hypoglycemia? According to study results presented at the American Diabetes Association 70th Scientific Sessions, this outcome is possible through the use of Glucommander, a computerized algorithm that accurately manages intravenous insulin.