Diabetes is a disease that takes a lot of time in order to be able to keep track of everything. This is especially true if you’re on an insulin pump or any other sort of device that requires you to keep track of your sugar throughout the day. Medtronic has worked hard to develop a device that is going to be able to go to a mobile app so you can keep track of pretty much anything and everything that you would in your diabetes notebook.
What will it do? The product isn’t out yet, but they’re working with Android to try and develop it in such a way that all of your information will be sent to the app as often as you ask it to. Some may only want it to mark during tests, whereas others may want it to watch their levels throughout the entire day. Your doctor can also give you an idea of how much information that they want (or need) in order to keep up with your program.
What are the implications of this? There are quite a few, and they’re all great. You can send your information to the doctor instead of bringing them an entire notebook of information. You can look at your levels yourself and see if you have to make adjustments or if there are foods that you need to avoid more often because of what they do to your body. It also saves a lot of time as well especially for child care specialists; you know how long it takes to write everything down and keep track of it. A couple of button presses and your mobile device will suddenly have everything that you need. How great would that be for you to deal with?
If you have diabetes and are receiving senior care, this is likely something that you’ve wanted to hear for a long time. Mobile devices can track almost anything that you can imagine, so why not make it so that your insulin pump or other devices are able to send that information to your wireless device? It could end up saving a lot of time and paper, and it will give your doctor the information that they need in order to help you stay on track. Would you use it? Do you think it’s a good idea, or do you feel that it may be risky for you to use? Let us know in the comments!
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