➡ Most popular diabetes app in the world based on five-star reviews and ratings
➡ Winner of Germany's "Focus Diabetes" 'Best Apps for Diabetics' award
Tim Ferriss, Advisory Board Member of mySugr: “People with diabetes are the true champions of the quantified-self movement.”
We are changing how people live with diabetes and believe that their everyday needs and wishes can be met while providing strong elements of style, elegance, innovation, beauty, and even fun. Diabetes does not have to be boring!
Our motto: Make diabetes suck less!
mySugr Logbook is a charming, sometimes outspoken diabetes manager that focuses on making your diabetes data useful in everyday life. Adding elements of fun, gamification, and immediate feedback (with attitude!) through a diabetes monster (that you can name) to help keep you motivated and involved in your therapy.
• Designed for both type 1 & type 2 diabetes
• Quick and easy logging
• Neat and clear graphs
• Exciting challenges
• Smile-inducing feedback
• Secure data backup
• Social sharing functions
• Registered medical device
• Hardware integration with iBGStar / BGStar (iOS)
• Bluetooth Integration with Beurer GL 50 evo (iOS)
• All features mentioned above
• Intelligent search results for day to day decisions
• Handy photo functions (multiple pics per entry)
• Practical BG reminders
• Basal Rates for insulin pump users
• Additional report formats (PDF & XLS)
• Access to all challenges
• Fast multi-device & cross-platform synchronization
• Unrestricted web access
• All mySugr Pro Apps
• No ads
We're always working to make mySugr Logbook better, and we're counting on your feedback! Have a problem, criticism, question, suggestion, or praise? It’s all super important to us, and we'd love to hear from you.
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Note: This app is not intended to replace formal Dexcom CGM training.
Diabetes therapy can be quite complicated and troublesome. You must evaluate your blood glucose levels, always have the amounts of carbs in mind and calculate your insulin dose. Many children often don't know how to handle that.
The mySugr Junior App was developed to make managing diabetes easier for kids. It also enables parents to keep control over the therapy, even when they're not around and their child is at school or out with friends. The app resembles a game in which the children get points for every entry. The goal is to score a particular amount of points every day. This encourages kids to take care of their diabetes regularly.
A little diabetes monster accompanies the kids through the app and gives feedback on their entries. The child can enter data such as blood glucose levels, food and insulin or take a picture of his meals, but they can also request help whenever the parents are not around. All entries can be sent as a push message or email from within the app to the parents' phone. This way, the child can ask for feedback on calculating carbs or the insulin dose.
mySugr Junior not only enables children to be more independent, but it also helps them to get along with diabetes more easily and learn to be engaged with their therapy.
- enter blood glucose levels, carbs and insulin units in a simple and easy way
- take photos
- send data and photos via email
- get feedback from a funny diabetes monster
- collect points and have tame the diabetes monster
We would also love to hear your feedback:
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Also, BMI calculator.
ADA, EASD and IDF are recommending the use of a new term in diabetes management, estimated average glucose, or eAG. Health care providers can now report A1C results to patients using the same units (mg/dl or mmol/l) that patients see routinely in blood glucose measurements.
Estimated AG (eAG): was calculated by combining weighted results from at least 2 days of continuous glucose monitoring performed four times
Nathan DM, Kuenen J, Borg R, Zheng H, Schoenfeld D, Heine RJ. Translating the A1C assay into estimated average glucose values. Diabetes Care 2008; 31(8):1473-8.
http://professional.diabetes.org/glucosecalculator.aspx Accessed : March 2014
Diabecare- Speciality Diabetes Centre is the Brain Child of Dr.Mahesh Padsalge ,MD,DFID- a leading Physician in Nerul, NaviMumbai. He is also attached to Dr.D.Y.Patil Hospital and Research Centre as Associate Professor for the Past 5 years.
With India having the highest number of Diabetic patients in the world, the sugar disease is posing an enormous health problem in our country. Calling India -the Diabetes Capital of the World, there is alarming rise in Prevalence of Diabetes, and if the same trend continues India will have 74 million Diabetic Patients in 2030.
Diabetes is the fourth leading cause of death by disease and every 10 seconds a person dies from diabetes related causes in the world.
As diabetes leads to chains of complications affecting Eyes, Heart, Kidney, Nerves, Foot etc, it is necessary that all facilities and Instruments are easily available at one place so that complications can be detected and treated earlier.
Keeping all this facts in mind, Diabecare- Speciality Diabetes Centre was set up with all facilities – “Total Diabetes Care under one Roof”
This application provides the following features:
Manage / edit / share ultrasound images of unborn child
Look up growth records of unborn child, such as body weight, head circumference, etc.
A convenient and easy-to-use diary is provided
4. Receive Sonogram
Receive images and data from ultrasound systems via wired/wireless networks
Appointment date setup and alarm service
This application cannot be used for medical purposes.
This application is intended to be used by mothers and their family members to transfer, manage, and edit ultrasound images of their unborn children. It is not intended for clinical or diagnostic uses.
To determine the health condition of child or mother, consult a qualified physician.
'Mementos of your child before birth'
Hello Mom provides the Album feature for editing and archiving images of your child, as well as the 'Birth Diary' feature for keeping a text and image journal of the pregnancy, which are sure to be precious mementos for the mother.
Hello Mom links with Samsung Medison ultrasound systems to transfer fetal ultrasound images and growth records directly to the mother's Android mobile phone.
The mother can use this application to edit and manage ultrasound images that have been received, as well as any other images stored on her mobile phone. In addition, the 'Appointment Reminder' feature lets her set up an appointment for a hospital visit, and receive reminders later using the alarm feature.