One-click Glucose Tracking
Collect all your glucose readings in one place. Your previous individual measurements can also be displayed as averages over a certain time period or across four time intervals (morning, daytime, evening, night).
Show your results to your doctor, family members or friends. Single readings, averages and trends will all help your doctor to get a better picture about the progress of your diabetes.
Based on the measurement data, a professional can draw meaningful conclusions. Reasons about your out-of-normal values provide much needed extra information. Lots of useful information leads to a better therapy.
Record your glucose measurement with a swipe of your finger. Touch one icon to indicate if the recorded value was measured before or after a meal. If the value is outside the normal range, pick the appropriate reason from a list. That’s all you need to do!
Set the limits of your normal range and pick your preferred time intervals alone or after consulting your doctor. Personalization enables a better individual diabetes management.
StartDiab enables you to manage your blood glucose measurements and track your progress. The application allows you to record, track, analyze and share your diabetes information using your Apple or Android devices.
Your current or previously measured glucose value and if the measurement happened before or after a meal. If the value is outside the normal range you have the opportunity to record a reason for this.
While recording your calorie intake, foods/drinks consumed, exercise type and length and medications/insulin taken does provide additional information in the long run, experience shows that very few people stick to collecting all these data consistently. Unfortunately scattered data has very limited value in helping you or your doctor in managing your diabetes.
Your glucose measurements recorded consistently provide extremely meaningful information for your doctor. Glucose values outside the normal range are even more informative, especially if it is possible to link an event likely triggering the result. On a longer time horizon trends may be spotted indicating the effect of your lifestyle factors on your diabetes.