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Re: [IPk] Recording and Analysis of BG results on a computer
De : Robert Foster <email @ redacted>
À : email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
Date : vendredi 21 janvier 2000 15:28
Objet : [IPk] Recording and Analysis of BG results on a computer
Beg, steal or borrow a proprietary diabetes software package.
Of course you can load your results manually into a programme such as EXCEL
( or electronically in db format, though I haven't tried that) but it would
be such a hassle to get the output you want. The great thing about the
meter's memory and the specifically-designed programmes is that they mark
the end of diary-keeping. Let's make the technology work for us, not the
other way round!
Ask Medisense to make you a better offer than £99 for their package (like
free, for instance) or you will change your meter - they make their money on
the strips anyway, so they should take notice.
I have used the original One Touch programme, a primitive DOS version which
made only limited mathematical calculations, a programme called GLUCOM
(advertised in Balance) which makes the graphs you mention, as well as the
famous standard deviation calculation I have been binding on about, but I
think it is now overtaken by newer things in terms of functionality.
For the last two years I have loaded my data into the current One Touch
programme, on my specialist's PC when I see him, and this provides a
comprehensive set of analyses. No doubt there are other programmes which
perform comparable functions.
Hope this helps.
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