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If you have Diabetes, do you control it via Diet and/or Insulin shots? | Diabetes runs on my father's side of the family. Thank GOD, that I didn't get it. Everyday he has to check his blood sugar level. It scares me that millions of people go through this everyday. I'm going to give him my iPad & buy this for my dad, and wanted your opinion.

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A free diabetes management log book will soon be available directly from your iPad® or iPhone®.

The app will enable you to easily enter your daily values, including blood glucose levels and insulin intake. Simply download the app from Apple’s App Store!

asked Aug 05 '10 at 10:47

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(Dec 14 '10 at 10:12) r0bErT4u r0bErT4u's gravatar image

i think you have to do both, im not diabetic but thats what i hear.

as far as for the device, its a cool idea, but why only the ipad or iphone? wouldn't it make sense to make it link to a computer too? like have a little USB port? you could market it to more people that way. you could also burn the information to a CD or put it on a USB stick and bring it to your doctor.

answered Aug 05 '10 at 11:12

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My dad turned 80 years old a few months ago. He has difficulty with technology, so he leaves that to stepmom. Currently, he still pricks his fingers to test --- then writes the results in his log book. I believe there are usb & bluetooth/Wi-Fi solutions, but the VAMC hasn't stepped up, so I will.

(Aug 05 '10 at 11:21) r0bErT4u r0bErT4u's gravatar image

I am a type 1 diabetic. If you have type 1, you will control your disease through taking insulin and testing for your blood sugar. If you have type 2, you will control through diet. Type 1 is auto immune, so therefore, you can't control whether you get it or not. Type 2 is generally found in overweight adult.

I don't really understand what this device does? It looks cool though. It would be neat if every time I checked my blood sugar, the number would automatically be sent to my iPhone - or an iPhone attachment.

answered Nov 23 '10 at 23:38

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Totally non-invasive ~ NO MORE FINGER PRICKS!

(Nov 23 '10 at 23:45) r0bErT4u r0bErT4u's gravatar image

That'd be so cool!!

(Nov 24 '10 at 08:51) alexleiphart alexleiphart's gravatar image


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There goes my dad's Christmas Gift. Now, I have to find other gift ideas. >=0\

answered Nov 23 '10 at 22:50

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