BG Meal Trends

Detailed Report

D Sharp’s Detailed Report contains charts and tables to share with your doctor, pharm dietitian, diabetes educator or caregiver.

D Sharp can email your report or display it on your smartphone, e-reader, tablet or desktop computer.

Detailed Report

D Sharp’s Detailed Report contains charts and tables to share with your doctor, pharm dietitian, diabetes educator or caregiver.

D Sharp can email your report or display it on your smartphone, e-reader, tablet or desktop computer.

D Sharp Mobile Diabetes Management is a husband and wife team that started out with a simple and very personal goal: create an app to make managing type 1 diabetes easier.

The simple request the wife had made of her husband quickly grew. What was supposed to be an app for her personal use in preparation for a second pregnancy expanded into a cross-device, more about
decease cross-platform web-based app for any type of diabetes.

With the husband’s software development skills and keener interest in emerging languages and technologies and the wife’s communications background and diabetes savvy, no rx
the two created D Sharp Mobile Diabetes Management. Official Launch: August 2011

It’s software as a service, a diabetes management system and a mobile web app. It’s also a labour of love between a software geek and a diabetes geek, which helped to get an A1C below 7 per cent for baby number two. Official Launch: February 2012.

Detailed Report

D Sharp’s Detailed Report contains charts and tables to share with your doctor, pharm dietitian, diabetes educator or caregiver.

D Sharp can email your report or display it on your smartphone, e-reader, tablet or desktop computer.

D Sharp Mobile Diabetes Management is a husband and wife team that started out with a simple and very personal goal: create an app to make managing type 1 diabetes easier.

The simple request the wife had made of her husband quickly grew. What was supposed to be an app for her personal use in preparation for a second pregnancy expanded into a cross-device, more about
decease cross-platform web-based app for any type of diabetes.

With the husband’s software development skills and keener interest in emerging languages and technologies and the wife’s communications background and diabetes savvy, no rx
the two created D Sharp Mobile Diabetes Management. Official Launch: August 2011

It’s software as a service, a diabetes management system and a mobile web app. It’s also a labour of love between a software geek and a diabetes geek, which helped to get an A1C below 7 per cent for baby number two. Official Launch: February 2012.

Blood Glucose Meal Trends

Meal Trends

Blood Glucose Meal Trends breaks down mealtime readings to see the percentage of in-range, read
high and low BGs in a colourful scale chart.

How we do it?

Each time you select a type of BG reading, dosage
i.e. breakfast, post-breakfast etc., D Sharp groups together those times of day to help you identify areas of improvement and kudos. Select from seven, 30 or 90 days to see how you are doing in the short- and long-term. You’ll see the number of readings marked with each type in order to understand how the percentages are calculated.

Explanation of charts

From this 30-day report, you can see that this user has great control at breakfast and dinner. She and her doctor are very happy with this number of in-range BGs.

She’ll keep an eye on those post-dinner readings. With an equal number of lows, highs and in-range BGs it can be hard to find a pattern. She suspects it is because she has the most variation in her meals and activities in the evening.

She struggles most with higher snack-time BGs. She knows she often uses the “snack” marker when she’s at an event or friend’s house, where she’s more likely to do more guesstimates with her carb counting and do many smaller boluses.


Weight Graph

Each weight entry will become a point on the graph, so record daily or weekly — whatever suits your style. The graph will display the last 30 days of activity.


Detailed Report

Detailed Report

Your detailed report will be emailed to you in a weekly status update or you can can view, email or print it whenever you choose by going to the Analysis menu. You can access all of your data at once, or choose shorter periods such as 30 or 90 days.

Your data will be displayed in a line graph for each day. Below the graph will be a traditional logbook style view of all of your blood glucose readings, insulin and/or medications and carbohydrates charted to the time and day of week.

This report may be the most useful for your doctor’s appointments, though we recommend sharing some of the other analysis tools as well.


Blood Glucose Trend by Hour

A graph of Blood Glucose Trends

Blood Glucose Trend By Hour colour codes each day and layers one on top of another to easily spot blood glucose patterns throughout the day.

How we do it

Each time you log your blood glucose it becomes a point on the graph. Each day over seven days has its own colour to help you follow that day within the week. The green band indicates the target range this user has chosen between 4 and 7 mmol/L.

Explanation of graph

You can see that this user is generally doing pretty well. She has great control in the morning, though she tends to struggle with higher post-prandial BGs in the afternoon. She doesn’t appear to record much after dinner, though her dinner readings are in-range.

This user realized she could change her insulin pump settings to increase her basal and bolus ratio midday. She knew she was the most sedentary during this time and she tended to eat big lunches.

Detailed Report

D Sharp’s Detailed Report contains charts and tables to share with your doctor, pharm dietitian, diabetes educator or caregiver.

D Sharp can email your report or display it on your smartphone, e-reader, tablet or desktop computer.

D Sharp Mobile Diabetes Management is a husband and wife team that started out with a simple and very personal goal: create an app to make managing type 1 diabetes easier.

The simple request the wife had made of her husband quickly grew. What was supposed to be an app for her personal use in preparation for a second pregnancy expanded into a cross-device, more about
decease cross-platform web-based app for any type of diabetes.

With the husband’s software development skills and keener interest in emerging languages and technologies and the wife’s communications background and diabetes savvy, no rx
the two created D Sharp Mobile Diabetes Management. Official Launch: August 2011

It’s software as a service, a diabetes management system and a mobile web app. It’s also a labour of love between a software geek and a diabetes geek, which helped to get an A1C below 7 per cent for baby number two. Official Launch: February 2012.

Blood Glucose Meal Trends

Meal Trends

Blood Glucose Meal Trends breaks down mealtime readings to see the percentage of in-range, read
high and low BGs in a colourful scale chart.

How we do it?

Each time you select a type of BG reading, dosage
i.e. breakfast, post-breakfast etc., D Sharp groups together those times of day to help you identify areas of improvement and kudos. Select from seven, 30 or 90 days to see how you are doing in the short- and long-term. You’ll see the number of readings marked with each type in order to understand how the percentages are calculated.

Explanation of charts

From this 30-day report, you can see that this user has great control at breakfast and dinner. She and her doctor are very happy with this number of in-range BGs.

She’ll keep an eye on those post-dinner readings. With an equal number of lows, highs and in-range BGs it can be hard to find a pattern. She suspects it is because she has the most variation in her meals and activities in the evening.

She struggles most with higher snack-time BGs. She knows she often uses the “snack” marker when she’s at an event or friend’s house, where she’s more likely to do more guesstimates with her carb counting and do many smaller boluses.


Weight Graph

Each weight entry will become a point on the graph, so record daily or weekly — whatever suits your style. The graph will display the last 30 days of activity.


Detailed Report

Detailed Report

Your detailed report will be emailed to you in a weekly status update or you can can view, email or print it whenever you choose by going to the Analysis menu. You can access all of your data at once, or choose shorter periods such as 30 or 90 days.

Your data will be displayed in a line graph for each day. Below the graph will be a traditional logbook style view of all of your blood glucose readings, insulin and/or medications and carbohydrates charted to the time and day of week.

This report may be the most useful for your doctor’s appointments, though we recommend sharing some of the other analysis tools as well.


Blood Glucose Trend by Hour

A graph of Blood Glucose Trends

Blood Glucose Trend By Hour colour codes each day and layers one on top of another to easily spot blood glucose patterns throughout the day.

How we do it

Each time you log your blood glucose it becomes a point on the graph. Each day over seven days has its own colour to help you follow that day within the week. The green band indicates the target range this user has chosen between 4 and 7 mmol/L.

Explanation of graph

You can see that this user is generally doing pretty well. She has great control in the morning, though she tends to struggle with higher post-prandial BGs in the afternoon. She doesn’t appear to record much after dinner, though her dinner readings are in-range.

This user realized she could change her insulin pump settings to increase her basal and bolus ratio midday. She knew she was the most sedentary during this time and she tended to eat big lunches.

Meal Trends

Blood Glucose Meal Trends breaks down mealtime readings to see the percentage of in-range, info
high and low BGs in a colourful scale chart.

How we do it?

Each time you select a type of BG reading, i.e. breakfast, post-breakfast etc., D Sharp groups together those times of day to help you identify areas of improvement and kudos. Select from seven, 30 or 90 days to see how you are doing in the short- and long-term. You’ll see the number of readings marked with each type in order to understand how the percentages are calculated.

Explanation of charts

From this 30-day report, you can see that this user has great control at breakfast and dinner. She and her doctor are very happy with this number of in-range BGs.

She’ll keep an eye on those post-dinner readings. With an equal number of lows, highs and in-range BGs it can be hard to find a pattern. She suspects it is because she has the most variation in her meals and activities in the evening.

She struggles most with higher snack-time BGs. She knows she often uses the “snack” marker when she’s at an event or friend’s house, where she’s more likely to do more guesstimates with her carb counting and do many smaller boluses.