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[IP] RE: programs for charting information

Hi Gaye:

I use two programs: my main one is a personal Excel 97 spreadsheet that
calculates an overall average, 14-day average, and a bar chart of glucose
ranges (e.g., 30-60, 61-120, etc.). It also estimates my HbA1c, and includes
an area for carbohydrate data entry. The drawback is that you have to
manually enter each BG/insulin dose/carbohyrdate result in. Let me know if
you want me to send you a copy.

My second program is the software I purchased from LifeScan (I use a
OneTouch Profile). Except for the BG log layout, it is a very good program.
A little expensive (~$60), but it does a good job. I use this primarily as a
data backup.

For shareware information, check out:

Hope this helps.

Brad MacDonald
email @ redacted

Date: Wed, 8 Sep 1999 07:50:36 -0600
From: email @ redacted
Subject: [IP] programs for charting information

Hello everyone...

Does anyone here use a computer program to chart blood glucose
levels. I am looking for one. I would prefer something that is
shareware if possible.

Gaye (Michelle mom)

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