SUNNYVALE, Calif. – Intuity Medical Inc. has closed a $40 million Series 3 round of funding to launch its POGO Automatic blood glucose monitoring system. “With this recent funding, we have the ability to bring POGO Automatic to the U.S. market for patients who have been looking for a convenient way to test their glucose,” said Emory Anderson, Intuity president and CEO, in a statement. The POGO system combines lancing, blood collection and analysis in one step. Combined with the company’s cloud-based Patterns Diabetes Management System, health care professionals and patients can share a platform for managing glucose information. POGO received clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in April.
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