Glucose Tracker is Easy to use and It is a complete Blood Glucose Meter Data Storage and Tacking application. It's Graph help it's user to compare his/her current blood glucose level with previous data. Reminder option will help to remind to check blood glucose regularly.
>>How to Test Your Blood Glucose
You can learn what your blood glucose is at a given moment with a fingerstick blood test, using any available glucose meter. It hurts a little, and the test strips cost money, but you can get good information. You can reduce the pain and the hassle of needle sticks and get more information with a continuous glucose monitor or CGM. CGMs measure from a sensor inserted under the skin, often on the abdomen. (Currently, CGMs need to be calibrated roughly twice a day with a conventional blood sugar monitor.)
For people taking rapid-acting or intermediate-acting insulin, blood sugar testing should be frequent. You want to take the right amount and not have your blood sugar go too low.
For people with Type 2 diabetes who are not on insulin, how much to test is up to you. If you’re trying for tight control, you can test after eating different foods and doing different activities to see how they affect your glucose. Keep careful records of your results and perhaps log what you were eating and doing before your test.
It doesn’t help much to test at the same time every day, usually on waking and before dinner. Test with a plan; when you change something like a new medicine dose or an herb, then test in the days afterward. Many monitors keep your result records for you or send them to your computer or your doctor.
>>When to test your blood sugar
Checking your blood glucose as recommended can help you see how your meals, medications and activities affect your blood sugar. The American Diabetes Association (ADA) recommends that you routinely test blood sugar levels to aid in managing your diabetes.1
Routine or daily testing
For people using an insulin pump or insulin injections throughout the day, the ADA recommends testing multiple times daily.1 If you take another kind of medication, test your blood sugar level as often as your healthcare team recommends.
– Graph And Pie Chart.
– Basic blood sugar tracking by type of event (before breakfast, before dinner, after lunch, etc.)
– Reminder Notification.
– Online Reading Article on Diabetes.
– US or International units (mg/dL or mmol/L)
– Filtering by different tag.