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After some time living with diabetes, you may have noticed that to a large extent the response to diabetes control is in the data. In other words, if you manage to interpret and understand well what your diabetological data reflects, it will be easier for you to reach control and maintain it, but do you...
New Log is the most used option in SocialDiabetes. It is the screen where you log your glucose, bolus, food, insulin, medication, physical activity, glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c), weight, blood pressure or ketones. Combining this information, you will have a comprehensive register of how your diabetes evolves, helping you to take better decisions for your treatment....
The SocialDiabetes SmartBolusCalculator is a key element of our app, created to recommend the best insulin dose at all times, as well as to correct increased glucose levels. Once you have completed the setup, each new log of your glucose readings will generate an automatic insulin recommendation based on: Your blood glucose level. The carbohydrates...
SocialDiabetes connects to a wide variety of glucometers. Although each glucometer has its own integration process, we have summarised the general steps that must be followed to connect glucometers to SocialDiabetes: Activate Bluetooth on your mobile phone.In ‘Settings’ > Bluetooth > Activate Bluetooth.  Activate Bluetooth on your glucometer. Open SocialDiabetes.On the left vertical menu, select...
On 28 and 29 November 2018, the European Innovation Council (EIC) and Medtronic, a leader in the world of medical technology, gathered 20 companies to discuss the transformation of healthcare and promote business partnerships. SocialDiabetes shared its solution for diabetes management and the future of digital diabetes. Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have been playing...
At SocialDiabetes we always work with our users in mind to make your diabetes treatment easier and more comprehensive. The more data each patient has access to, the better decisions they will be able to make to control their diabetes. We want to adapt SocialDiabetes to you, so that you can customise each function to...
It seems obvious that a healthy diet should be a part of anybody’s lifestyle, especially in the case of diabetes. Much is said and written on the topic, with different arguments. Some are on a crusade based on eliminating processed foods. Others just recommend the acclaimed Mediterranean diet represented by olive oil. Finally, the influence...
At SocialDiabetes we always work with our users in mind to make your diabetes treatment easier and more comprehensive. The more data each patient has access to, the better decisions they will be able to make to control their diabetes.  We want to adapt SocialDiabetes to you, so that you can customise each function to...
The pancreas of a person without diabetes secretes an amount of insulin continuously throughout the day and, additionally, after each meal, a larger amount to metabolise the carbs consumed. These two components are substituted by long-acting or intermediate-acting insulins and fast-acting insulins, respectively. Additionally, there are premixed insulins that include both fast-acting and intermediate-acting insulin...
Physical exercise is one of the foundations of diabetes treatment. It has numerous positive effects, from reducing cardiovascular risk factors to improving quality of life. Nevertheless, as with any treatment, it can also have some adverse effects. Hypoglycaemia is definitely the one that causes most concern for people with diabetes. Simply put, it could be...
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