Logbook

Meal

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

How we do it?

Each time you select a type of BG reading, cialis 40mg
i.e. breakfast, physician 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.

Meal

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

How we do it?

Each time you select a type of BG reading, cialis 40mg
i.e. breakfast, physician 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.

Meal Trends

Here is a more detailed account of making a new entry, ambulance
try making a new entry and then come back here if you need more information.

Select “New Observation” from your dashboard or the “New” button on the top right of your screen to begin each new entry.

Each entry will start with the type of record, Phimosis
e.g. breakfast or lunch, and the date. When you eat, you’ll likely record your blood glucose and the number of carbs you are consuming.

For those using fast-acting insulin you can take advantage of the Active Insulin Calculator to suggest a dose of insulin.

For other types of insulin, select the insulin from a pre-populated list of medications, along with any other medications such as Metformin or Acarbose. You can even include vitamins and supplements or medications taken to treat conditions unrelated to diabetes.

When tracking your exercise, add the type of exercise you have done, e.g. yoga, hockey or walking, the duration in minutes and select low, medium or high intensity.

Under “More”, you can enter your weight in pounds or kilograms. If tracking blood pressure, include your reading at the time.

Add notes that may help you or your doctor better understand your entry. For example, you may have gone for a long walk, which is not part of your regular evening routine. It could help explain why a post-dinner blood glucose reading was lower than usual.

*Remember you can add all of any of these fields with a single entry. For something that doesn’t apply, scroll through the fields for the ones you want. For example, if all you want to do is track your weight, start a new entry and go to the weight field. It will appear as a note in your list of entries.

Meal

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

How we do it?

Each time you select a type of BG reading, cialis 40mg
i.e. breakfast, physician 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.

Meal Trends

Here is a more detailed account of making a new entry, ambulance
try making a new entry and then come back here if you need more information.

Select “New Observation” from your dashboard or the “New” button on the top right of your screen to begin each new entry.

Each entry will start with the type of record, Phimosis
e.g. breakfast or lunch, and the date. When you eat, you’ll likely record your blood glucose and the number of carbs you are consuming.

For those using fast-acting insulin you can take advantage of the Active Insulin Calculator to suggest a dose of insulin.

For other types of insulin, select the insulin from a pre-populated list of medications, along with any other medications such as Metformin or Acarbose. You can even include vitamins and supplements or medications taken to treat conditions unrelated to diabetes.

When tracking your exercise, add the type of exercise you have done, e.g. yoga, hockey or walking, the duration in minutes and select low, medium or high intensity.

Under “More”, you can enter your weight in pounds or kilograms. If tracking blood pressure, include your reading at the time.

Add notes that may help you or your doctor better understand your entry. For example, you may have gone for a long walk, which is not part of your regular evening routine. It could help explain why a post-dinner blood glucose reading was lower than usual.

*Remember you can add all of any of these fields with a single entry. For something that doesn’t apply, scroll through the fields for the ones you want. For example, if all you want to do is track your weight, start a new entry and go to the weight field. It will appear as a note in your list of entries.

Making A New Entry

Meal Trends
Here is a more detailed account of making a new entry, help
try making a new entry and then come back here if you need more information.

Select “New Observation” from your dashboard or the “New” button on the top right of your screen to begin each new entry.

Each entry will start with the type of record, cialis e.g. breakfast or lunch, sovaldi sale and the date. When you eat, you’ll likely record your blood glucose and the number of carbs you are consuming.

For those using fast-acting insulin you can take advantage of the Active Insulin Calculator to suggest a dose of insulin.

For other types of insulin, select the insulin from a pre-populated list of medications, along with any other medications such as Metformin or Acarbose. You can even include vitamins and supplements or medications taken to treat conditions unrelated to diabetes.

When tracking your exercise, add the type of exercise you have done, e.g. yoga, hockey or walking, the duration in minutes and select low, medium or high intensity.

Under “More”, you can enter your weight in pounds or kilograms. If tracking blood pressure, include your reading at the time.

Add notes that may help you or your doctor better understand your entry. For example, you may have gone for a long walk, which is not part of your regular evening routine. It could help explain why a post-dinner blood glucose reading was lower than usual.

*Remember you can add all of any of these fields with a single entry. For something that doesn’t apply, scroll through the fields for the ones you want. For example, if all you want to do is track your weight, start a new entry and go to the weight field. It will appear as a note in your list of entries.

Meal

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

How we do it?

Each time you select a type of BG reading, cialis 40mg
i.e. breakfast, physician 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.

Meal Trends

Here is a more detailed account of making a new entry, ambulance
try making a new entry and then come back here if you need more information.

Select “New Observation” from your dashboard or the “New” button on the top right of your screen to begin each new entry.

Each entry will start with the type of record, Phimosis
e.g. breakfast or lunch, and the date. When you eat, you’ll likely record your blood glucose and the number of carbs you are consuming.

For those using fast-acting insulin you can take advantage of the Active Insulin Calculator to suggest a dose of insulin.

For other types of insulin, select the insulin from a pre-populated list of medications, along with any other medications such as Metformin or Acarbose. You can even include vitamins and supplements or medications taken to treat conditions unrelated to diabetes.

When tracking your exercise, add the type of exercise you have done, e.g. yoga, hockey or walking, the duration in minutes and select low, medium or high intensity.

Under “More”, you can enter your weight in pounds or kilograms. If tracking blood pressure, include your reading at the time.

Add notes that may help you or your doctor better understand your entry. For example, you may have gone for a long walk, which is not part of your regular evening routine. It could help explain why a post-dinner blood glucose reading was lower than usual.

*Remember you can add all of any of these fields with a single entry. For something that doesn’t apply, scroll through the fields for the ones you want. For example, if all you want to do is track your weight, start a new entry and go to the weight field. It will appear as a note in your list of entries.

Making A New Entry

Meal Trends
Here is a more detailed account of making a new entry, help
try making a new entry and then come back here if you need more information.

Select “New Observation” from your dashboard or the “New” button on the top right of your screen to begin each new entry.

Each entry will start with the type of record, cialis e.g. breakfast or lunch, sovaldi sale and the date. When you eat, you’ll likely record your blood glucose and the number of carbs you are consuming.

For those using fast-acting insulin you can take advantage of the Active Insulin Calculator to suggest a dose of insulin.

For other types of insulin, select the insulin from a pre-populated list of medications, along with any other medications such as Metformin or Acarbose. You can even include vitamins and supplements or medications taken to treat conditions unrelated to diabetes.

When tracking your exercise, add the type of exercise you have done, e.g. yoga, hockey or walking, the duration in minutes and select low, medium or high intensity.

Under “More”, you can enter your weight in pounds or kilograms. If tracking blood pressure, include your reading at the time.

Add notes that may help you or your doctor better understand your entry. For example, you may have gone for a long walk, which is not part of your regular evening routine. It could help explain why a post-dinner blood glucose reading was lower than usual.

*Remember you can add all of any of these fields with a single entry. For something that doesn’t apply, scroll through the fields for the ones you want. For example, if all you want to do is track your weight, start a new entry and go to the weight field. It will appear as a note in your list of entries.

Logbook
Eating right, tooth
taking your medications and insulin and staying active can result in a lot of work. Each person has a unique way of living and managing their diabetes, which is why the D Sharp logbook book strives to be as unique as you are.

You choose the activities and medications you’d like to track, we’ll customize your experience and reduce some of the work that comes with having diabetes.