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Patient Mobile Apps

List of mobile apps for your patients. These apps can help people with diabetes maintain control over the symptoms and disease. We provide links to both Android and iPhone when they are available.

“My Dose Coach” App to Optimize Basal Insulin Dosing

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Sanofi’s My Dose Coach app joins other insulin dosing apps recently cleared by the FDA, and new dosing tools from Novo Nordisk/Glooko. Sanofi’s My Dose Coach, a new, under-the-radar mobile app for adjusting basal insulin doses for those on injections, received FDA clearance in late March. A healthcare provider prescribes and sets up the My Dose Coach mobile app so that it can suggest optimized basal insulin injection doses for people with diabetes. The app will use fasting blood glucose and hypoglycemia data and recommend changes in doses if readings are too high or too low. Release date is unknown.

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Diamedic

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Diamedic © Diabetes Logbook offers a unique solution for the diabetic to easily record every glucose reading, insulin injection, lab result, carb intake, weight, medication and exercise workout. Log sugar levels on the go, then monitor readings with instant graphs to help you maintain tight control.

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DiabetesPlus

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Developed by diabetics for diabetics. DiabetesPlus lets you administer your readings on your device and saves time by enabling you to send the data directly to your doctor.

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LogFrog DB Lite

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Manage diabetes quickly and on the go with LogFrog DB Lite, free for seven days of use! In a few seconds you can track: blood glucose, insulin or oral medication, carb intake, exercise, weight and more! LogFrog DB Lite can help keep you organized and help you analyze and better understand your data.

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Diabetes Type 2 Guide

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Diabetes is a disease that affects the way your body uses food. Normally, your body converts sugars, starches and other foods into a form of sugar called glucose. Your body uses glucose for fuel. The cells receive the glucose through the bloodstream. They then use insulin (a hormone made by the pancreas) to absorb the glucose, convert it into energy, and either use it or store it for later use.

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