Way back in 2002, LG had released the KP8400 cell phone in Korea with an inbuilt glucometer for measuring blood glucose level. Users could place a drop of blood on a strip that in turn would be placed in a special reader on the phone to get the insulin and blood readings on the phone’s display. Now, the LG phone for the diabetics will get a wider and better diabetic control usage courtesy the glucophone developed by the Infopia of USA. The LG phone will work alongside Infobia’s Eocene diabetic management system that will ease the task of blood glucose management. The results of the blood tests will be sent to a secure server that graphs and manages the disease, sets up automatic texts of results and creates reminder alarms. For the diabetics the glucophone is not just a simple cell phone but an indispensable life saving device.