Living with diabetes can be very challenging, especially for newly diagnosed people. This is what makes the medical team of each patient a key part of the education and understanding of the condition. As a diabetes specialized nurse, you provide essential support for patients struggling to follow all the guidelines. The Diabetes:M Monitor platform presents many opportunities to monitor patients remotely, allowing you to save precious time. Moreover, this system consists of features that make monitoring blood sugar levels or medication intake much better. Keep a close look at insulin injection sites and their rotation, dietary habits, and more.
Access patients eating habits and monitor their blood sugar levels
- You receive a request by a patient on Diabetes:M Monitor. Once you accept it, you have access to all the key information about the user’s health condition.
- When examining the patient’s account, you learn that the patient has been recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and needs help managing their blood sugar.
- After providing the patient with some advice on how to manage their blood sugar better, you start monitoring their health remotely instead of in person. This saves you a lot of time while also still providing you with detailed records of the condition.
- The patient starts logging all their food and insulin intake in-app.
- You keep track of their blood sugar levels through the Main and Diary tabs on the platform.
- You notice a series of spikes in blood sugar levels happening late at night. After looking at the Diary tab, you discover that the patient consumes chocolate bars every day after dinner.
- You advise the patient to either skip or minimize these bars, thus resolving the issue.
Examine patients’ injection site rotation remotely
- The patient received useful advice regarding their condition. The user logs all key information about their condition in the app.
- While observing the Insulin tab in the Charts section, you notice a series of blood sugar spikes.
- You open the Diary section and examine the food and insulin taken by the patient. The correlation seems fitting, and there is no reason for a glucose spike.
- You explore the Insulin/Injection site graphics tab and notice that the patient has been injecting insulin in the same spot over and over again.
- After finding the reason why the insulin wasn’t working properly, you contact the patient and explain the importance of switching injection sites.
- The patient follows the advice and starts feeling better.
- The patient now uses the Insulin/Injection site graphics tab to keep track of pricks and their rotation.
- You continue using Diabetes:M Monitor to track the patient’s condition.
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