Looking for great diabetes apps? Here are just a few of the wonderful diabetes related apps that have been sent to us. If your favorite app is not here, please send it to us!
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KnowMyCoPay.com is a US wide, free service consisting of a website and toll-free telephone service that shows patients and their healthcare providers (HCPs) the lowest copays for diabetes test strips across major brands based on each patient’s individual health plan
Lenny the Lion by Medtronic. Games for your child with diabetes
Carbs Control Available through Google Play and the iTunes Store
Carbs and Cals Available through Google Play and the iTunes Store
Diabetes: M for those using Android.
Suggestions from The Clinegroup.com:
1) MediSafe Project – MediSafe Project is the first-ever cloud-synced pillbox app that not only reminds you when it’s time to take your medication, but also sends your family, friends and caretakers alerts if you miss a dose, leveraging the power of your support system to keep you healthier. Compatible with the FDA’s drug database, generic and brand name medications autocomplete as users enter them – automatically recording the correct pharmaceutical name, manufacturer and medication strength. Or, use your smartphone’s camera to snap the FDA’s universal National Drug Code (NDC) number, found on all original pharmaceutical packaging, to enter a medication. iPhone and Android. Free.
2) EveryoneEat! – EveryoneEat! helps the 150 million American living with a chronic condition or dietary restriction find restaurants serving meals appropriate for them. By partnering with nationally recognized health associations, clinical and registered dietitians, and thousands of your favorite restaurants, the app finds dishes that meet your dietary needs and displays them by cuisine type or restaurant name. Simply enter your age, height, weight, gender and activity level, and the app is ready to use. iPhone and Android. Free.
3) WebMD Pain Coach – WebMD Pain Coach helps people with chronic pain conditions make daily health and wellness choices, so they can manage their pain smarter. From back pain to migraines, the app lets you record daily pain levels, export your pain history to PDF and email it to your doctor. You can also select doctor-approved goals from five lifestyle categories related to your pain condition(s): Food, Rest, Exercise, Mood, and Treatments, view ‘bite-sized’ tips matched with your goals and organized into the same five lifestyle categories, and read hundreds of articles, videos, slideshows and quizzes on pain management related to your condition(s). iPhone only. Free.
4) Emotion Select – Part of the ‘Spotlight Autism’ app series, Emotion Select helps children on the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or those suffering other social delays practice learning and identifying emotions. After reviewing illustrations for joy, sadness, anger, surprise, and fear, children are given the chance to anticipate and apply them in ‘real life’ social situations. Includes statistical analysis for parents, teachers and therapists to track specific strengths and weaknesses of children’s learning progression. iPhone only. $9.99.
Emergency Kit – Emergency Kit is an easy way to aggregate all of
your most critical information – and could save your life in a
medical emergency. Emergency technicians will be able to view
your vital stats including blood type, allergies, medications, and
emergency contacts within the app. It can also turn your phone
into an SOS light beacon, send out an emergency text message or
email with your GPS coordinates, or look up how to treat different
Windows Phone. Free.
GoVenture Insulin Pump Timer- (Paid app) Insulin Pump Timer reminds you when to refill insulin, change infusion sets, or do other repetitive tasks.
Type 1 Diabetes Friend: Alcohol Guide-(free) Having type 1 diabetes means that it is important to know how to keep safe when having alcohol. This guide aims to help you find out what to do to keep safe and how alcohol can affect your body.
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