>From the OneTouch(®) Reveal™ mobile app's Summary Screen, users can see their key information at a glance, including color-coded bar graphs showing the percentage of results within, above and below their personalized target ranges and 14-day averages of blood sugar readings. Individuals can also access a color-coded electronic logbook that automatically displays test results over a two-week period, as well as other features that allow them to enter and view information about carbohydrates consumed, physical activity and medication. And with the OneTouch(®) Reveal™ mobile app's data sharing feature, key information can be shared with healthcare professionals, caregivers or family members via text or email.
"When you consider how many of us rely on our smartphones on a daily basis, managing chronic illnesses such as diabetes is a promising area for mobile health applications," said
For the 26 million Americans living with diabetes, regular blood sugar monitoring can play a key role in helping to detect high and low blood sugar levels and make therapy and lifestyle adjustments. Improved blood sugar control has been shown to prevent or delay many complications.
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