The commonly used glucometers by diabetics is simple and profound as they display the latest readings and graphically represent the blood glucose levels.
On an advanced note, there are innumerable apps that provide detailed tracking of glucose levels, dietary intake, and physical activity.
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The Diabeto is paired with a smartphone via Bluetooth and plugs into the jack found on any available glucometers.
Once a reading is taken, you simply start the Diabeto app and the readings automatically show up on the phone. The app provides all sort of charting and there's also a web application where readings can be analyzed further.
Management of diabetes by self monitoring of blood glucose levels is made easier even now by the use of such handy advancements.
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