iFORA Diabetes Manager By: ForaCare Inc.
Description: iFORA – Diabetes Manager app designed to make busy lives easier to manage. iFORA comes with advanced mobile technology, sleek interface design, detailed and yet careful data management tools to assist you in better diabetes management. The easy-to-use tools can help you better understand how your blood glucose level interlinks with a positive self-monitoring process through recording, tracking, seeing your diabetes information in statistic trend graphs, target pie charts and exporting data to Fora TeleHealth solution to share with your doctor.
See your glucose variations over the period of 7-14-30 days. With a target goal you can determine how well you have managed over the period of time and seek advises from your doctor. With an extensive FAQ database, you can learn more about the medication that you are taking and how a good diabetes management can be achieve by healthy eating, regular exercise routine and through lifestyle choices.
Post your screen images on Facebook and by email or share your information with your doctor instantly through ForaCare’s advanced TeleHealth solution software.
Features of the software include:
Note down your activities with each measurement.
Blood glucose results are color coded, with Red for too high, Green for Normal and Yellow for too low.
See your results sorted by time.
Blood glucose management at a glance! Data is displayed in a weekly format, for AC, PC, night and sleep, with the color coding system making it much easier to see the usual ups and downs of blood glucose level during the week.
Data is organized into an interactive trend chart, where you will be able to connect the dots of 4 different measurement modes to see how the blood glucose level have gone up and down at different times of the day.
Understand your weekly lifestyle! See the glucose readings overlaying on one single graph, in past 7, 14 and 30days. Identify activities that lead to extreme glucose levels.
See instantly how insulin dosage, medication, activities and food intake impact your blood glucose levels. The graphs are displayed in a scale of 24-hour period, from midnight to midnight.