We have completed the integration with Nightscout. This allows us to read from any continuous monitor you use with your Nightscout
The collaboration between SocialDiabetes and the University of Girona aims to accelerate the adoption of AI by patients and professionals.
Diabetes (a chronic disease that affects more than 6 million people in Spain) conditions people’s lives and their daily habits. Patients have to continuously check their blood sugar, eat healthily, exercise regularly, and follow the pharmacological treatment, which in the most severe cases involves injecting insulin daily. Improving the quality of life of these patients...
Diabetic retinopathy (DR) remains one of the leading causes of vision loss in the working-age population, affecting more than a third of all people living with diabetes (IDF 2020). With this panorama of the health and economic impact of the DR, having tools and technology that already contributes to the prevention and timely detection of...
You can now collect your Fitbit device data on SocialDiabetes! Living with diabetes demands taking action to take care of various aspects of your life, constantly and having clear goals, including those related to physical activity and exercise. We know with scientific evidence that physical activity and exercise have a direct impact on glucose levels,...
We have finalized the integration with GlucoLog. This allows us to collect data directly once both platforms are linked. Configure GlucoLog In order for SocialDiabetes to receive the data from GlucoLog, we must enable the sending of data in the GlucoLog web platform. To do this we just have to open the GlucoLog platform, go...
In the event that the GlucoLog linkage fails or indicates an invalid code, perform the following steps to fix it. Go to GlucoLog platformEnter your login dataClick on the Settings button with the ⚙ icon and select the Partner Connections option. Look in the Partners column for SocialDiabetes and click on the 👁 icon button....
Digital health and mobile technology have transformed many aspects of clinical practice and it is expected that it will continue to expand a patient-centered approach to dealing with chronic diseases. In the case of diabetes mellitus (DM), the data suggest that mobile-based interventions and the availability of digital and real-time data by professionals can improve...
At the Salvador Zubirán National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition (INCMNSZ) of Mexico, in conjunction with SocialDiabetes, a study is being carried out on the use of SocialDiabetes technology in the care of patients living with diabetes, within the framework of current of the COVID-19 pandemic. The idea of ​​this study was born from...