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Supported languages:

English / German / Spanish


£3.85 [approximately €5.52, $5.99]

Diabetes logbook that allows a user to record and monitor blood pressure, carbohydrate intake, exercise regimes, glucose readings, insulin injections, lab results, medication, pulse, temperature, weight, and other vital statistics.

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English / German / Spanish

Countries of use

Any in which the user is familiar with one of these languages


£3.85 [approximately €5.52, $5.99]


Nicholas Martin, USA
(Based in United States)


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Medical Adviser

Same as technical developer


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilities Support to deal with symptoms/disabilities
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Diabetes logbook that allows a user to record and monitor blood pressure, carbohydrate intake, exercise regimes, glucose readings, insulin injections, lab results, medication, pulse, temperature, weight, and other vital statistics. The user can either select built-in categories of exercises, insulin types, or medications, or create personal preferences. Glucose periods (such as ‘Before breakfast’; ‘After Breakfast’) can be indicated, or new contextual notes can be assigned to readings. Readings can be formatted in mg/dL or mmol/L, and weight in kilograms, pounds or stones. A dosage calculator and medication-refill calculators predict refill requirements based on the previous 30 days (dependant on user input). Data displayed in multiple formats can be shared with carers or healthcare professionals via email, or exchanged with any FTP file server.

Tags: Medical


Reviewer: Blogger on Diabetes-Blog.at, Austria
Review: “With this app, you can easily monitor your blood-glucose measurements. In addition, you can also specify the amount of insulin, and write notes (I’ve set the following notes: Before breakfast; After breakfast; Before lunch; After lunch; Before dinner; After dinner; Bedtime; Night). The app is also suitable for bolusing. The screen is divided into five sections, which can be defined by you. My five are: blood-sugar levels; insulin dosage; statistics; setup; and ‘More’. Glucose values and insulin input are two main menus, with the following input options available: blood-glucose levels; feature quantities; medications; laboratory results; sporting activities; weight; and pump data. You can view all the values in clear statistics in ‘Graphs’. Very nice, too, is that graphs are displayed in the transverse view when the phone is rotated. Values entered can be sent via email, or uploaded to a server. Conclusion: for me, the €5 is absolutely worth the money. This app is very clear, and easy to operate. It is available in German. Nine out of ten points.”
Source: http://bit.ly/Pi1bIK
Usage: Not specified
Weblink of reviewer: http://bit.ly/1c78I8v
Reviewer: Blogger on the Diabetestribe blog, USA
Review: “I like this app. It lets me enter my previous readings (and, since I was diagnosed recently, that’s all my readings). The way you enter in the readings is by using the scrollers to enter in the date and time, then put in your reading, then enter the event (Before breakfast, After dinner, etc.) Once you have your older readings in, if you go there right after you take a reading, the current time will be automatically there for you. I like the scrollers, because I find it less taxing on my fingers than typing in the date and time manually—and when you are pricking your finger every day, anything that can make it less painful is a bonus. Once you get your old data in, assuming you keep updating ‘Diamedic’ on a regular basis, you won’t have very far to scroll back. The default setting for time entry is in intervals of 15 minutes, which saves on database space. If you want to change it to allow more precise intervals of one minute, this is easily changed in the settings. A chart graphs your blood-glucose readings, and can really show you visually how you are doing. There is a stats page that gives you your 30-day average, and max high and max low over that time frame. There is an insulin dose part that I did not get to test because I am not taking insulin. Overall, I like it very much, and it is so much nicer to be able to keep track of my readings history with something I am already carrying with me each day, as opposed to a log book.”
Source: http://bit.ly/SG4gBH
Usage: Not specified
Weblink of reviewer: http://bit.ly/1c78MoF
Reviewer: Person with diabetes blogging on Boards.ie, Ireland
Review: “An excellent little program that allows you to record your readings/units of insulin taken, and will graph the results. It allows you to email your readings directly from the phone. It is very straightforward to use. Costs €4.99, and is well worth it. It’s fantastic. Those log books that the hospital give you get lost or dirty, etc. The nicest feature is that you can email your reading directly to your consultant.”
Source: http://bit.ly/Ro3JkU
Usage: Not specified
Weblink of reviewer: http://bit.ly/1c78L41

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