Ascensia Diabetes Starts updated diabetes management Program

Nowadays Ascensia Diabetes Care UK launched the latest version of its Contour Diabetes app, a tool which aids people self-manage their diabetes, in the united kingdom and Ireland. The app is designed to link to the organization’s Contour One Next blood glucose meter.  

“This latest update to the Contour Diabetes app provides patients with a smarter tool which may help make the self-management of their diabetes simpler,” Ros Barker, country head of UK and Ireland for Ascensia Diabetes Care, said in a statement. “At Ascensia we are listening to feedback from people with diabetes about their needs, and are continuing to invest in the further development of the Contour Diabetes app, so that we can provide solutions which make diabetes self-management better, simpler, and smarter.”  

The newest version of the app will incorporate a feature known as My Patterns, that will help identify suboptimal patterns in blood glucose effects. The company says that this feature will help users improve their patterns by giving them reminders and testing strategies. The attribute will also give users with potential triggers for the suboptimal routine, and tools for how to address the issue.  

The newest version will also contain 11 different test reminder programs, the capacity to view insulin doses and carb intake alongside to blood glucose readings, a blood sugar journal, and also the ability to export data as a CSV file.  

In 2016,   received FDA clearance for Contour Next One, that has the capacity to link to both the hottest Contour Diabetes app and the preceding one. It formally established in the US in 2017.  

“Self-management is critical in diabetes. One of the keys to successful diabetes self-management for patients is to provide them with tools that can help them to understand how their way of life or actions influence their diabetes and how they could make alterations,” Heather Daly, an independent nurse consultant for your job, said in a statement. “Digital and mobile technologies have considerable potential to [help] people with diabetes improve their self-management behaviors through personalized solutions. The newest Contour Diabetes program reflects a true advance in the use of data for diabetes management by identifying sub-optimal patterns and supplying tailored reminders which may encourage patients to make improvements”

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