Diabetes:M can receive data from Bluetooth glucose meters.

Supported meters

For now the supported glucose meters are:

  • Contour® Next One
  • Accu-Chek® Aviva Connect
  • Accu-Chek® Guide
  • Accu-Chek® Instant
  • OneTouch Verio Flex®
  • CareSens N Premier
  • CareSens Dual
  • One Drop
  • Nipro 4SURE Smart
  • Nipro 4SURE Smart Duo
  • Nipro TRUE METRIX AIR
  • Publix TRUE METRIX® AIR
  • ReliOn

Diabetes:M also supports Freestyle Libre transmitters (ANDROID ONLY):

  • MiaoMiao – https://miaomiao.cool/
  • Ambrosia’s Blucon – https://www.ambrosiasys.com/

A bluetooth glucose meter or Libre transmitter can be added by going to Data -> Devices -> Add Bluetooth device

For more information about Miaomiao and Blucon’s features, please go to CGM Features

Receiving data from bluetooth glucose meters

When your glucose meter is paired with Diabetes:M, it will receive every new glucose value when you do a finger prick. It will not receive the glucose meter’s history (for now). There are a few things that you can do with a paired glucose meter:

Finger prick with the app running or in the background – Diabetes:M will receive the glucose value and will save it in the logbook. The entry will also have the glucose meter’s name in the notes field.
Make a finger prick with an opened new entry screen – if you make a finger prick when the new entry screen is opened, the red glucose field will flash a few times and will get filled with the value received from the glucose meter
Make a finger prick with an opened calculator – the red glucose field will flash and will be filled with the received glucose value

Last modified: 2019/05/15

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