The main menu gives you access to all parts of the application.

  • Diabetes:M Home – leads you to the home screen (described above)
  • Profile – showing the profile picture and your name. This will lead you to a screen where you can set your personal info.
  • Log entry – leads to a new logbook entry screen
  • Calculator – leads to a calculator where you can:
    - calculate how much insulin you need for a carbs amount/food/drink/meal
    - calculate the needed increase/decrease of insulin for sickness/exercises
    - calculate extended bolus needed for some food containing more proteins/fats or if you’re eating/drinking something slowly over time
  • Logbook – leads to a list of your logged entries
  • Food – lets you manage your food and use the calculator to calculate needed insulin for foods
  • Graphs – leads to a graph showing your condition and medications taken over a time period
  • Charts – leads to detailed statistics over a time period including a lot of graphs/charts
  • Reports – lets you export all available charts/graphs and other information to pdf/xls/html in pretty format
  • Reminders – manage your reminders
  • Data – import/export data from various sources, link external drives, backup/restore your data and settings
  • Settings – manage your settings
  • Patterns – a beta functionality which finds potential problems with your diabetes treatments by scanning your data from the last 14 days and analyzing it using predefined patterns
  • Smart Assistant – enable and configure the Smart Assistant. Check out this page for additional info: https://sites.google.com/view/diabetes-m-userguide/smart-assistant
  • News – opens a screen with the latest news related to Diabetes:M
  • Clinician – let your clinician access your data remotely including your logbook, charts, graphs and reports
  • Other links – gives you access to additional help, user’s guide, contacts, our social pages and other

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