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Diabetic creates app to manage diabetes

Ana Duarte 于 2015-11-18 09:56 分享

About the solution

More recently, this patient created Meal Memory – a free app, available for iOS and Android, that helps the users understand how their meals affect their blood sugar.

“As a patient, I’m really excited about new tools like this built on open data streams. I started Databetes because I wanted an easier way to make sense of all my readings. I enjoy that it takes even less work to save a meal and see its effect on my blood sugar, that the whole process is as easy as taking a picture”, the inventor explained.

The app has the following features:

• Makes it easy to record a meal and what it did to your blood sugar. Recalling this information is easy, helping you manage that meal more accurately the next time you eat it.
• Recording a meal starts with a photo. Add a carb count and a pre-meal blood sugar just as quickly. Two hours later, we’ll ask for a post-meal blood sugar to help you understand that meal’s effect.
• Can auto-sync blood sugar readings from your Dexcom CGM and other devices to your meal entries, effortlessly adding hours of data for you in the background.

Adapted from: http://databetic.com/

More info: http://www.databetes.com/


DISCLAIMER: This story was written by someone who is not the author of the solution, therefore please be advised that, although it was written with the utmost respect for the innovation and the innovator, there can be some incorrect statements. If you find any errors please contact the patient Innovation team via info@patient-innovation.com


Doug Kanter, born in 1973, in USA, is a patient with type-1 diabetes. Doug founded Databetes, a self-management support software for diabetes patients and doctors, in 2010.

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