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Blood Testing Software

Discussion in 'Diabetes Discussions' started by Tina Bull, Apr 25, 2009.

  1. Tina Bull

    Tina Bull · Newbie

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    Does anyone know if there is any free software available for logging blood results?

    I have set myself up a spreadsheet so I can log what I have eaten, how much insulin and what my levels are but just wondered if there was anything out there already that might be better than my DIY job?

    Thanks

    Tina
     
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    EricD · Well-Known Member

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    I use an accu-chek and was given the software and the IR interface that connects the meter to the PC for free. I am sure other manufacturers do the same.

    The drawback with this sofware is that you can't log what you have eaten, it's only to log your BG levels. I use a DIY spreadsheet but am working on a new one where I can log everything and have the chance to add anything on later.
     
  4. Manogwent

    Manogwent Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    if you google 'health diabetic software' you will come across a programme that doesthe lot and you can enter BG ,insulin, food, doctors appts, the whole lot and get graphs etc. the thing is it is very simple to use andd it is free although you have to tap entries in manually, regards, manogwent :D
     
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