Live health monitoring feature of DigiCure
For some individuals with diabetes, checking their blood glucose level every day is a significant method for dealing with this disease, especially if you take insulin. The consequences of blood glucose observing can assist you with settling on choices about food, active work, and medication.
Sometimes blood glucose levels drop below where they should be, which is called hypoglycaemia. For many people with diabetes, the blood glucose level is too low when it is under 70 mg/dL. Hypoglycaemia can be hazardous and should be dealt with immediately.
Then again, Doctors call high blood glucose hyperglycaemia. For high blood glucose levels or indications of high blood glucose, patients might require an adjustment of diabetes feast plan, exercise plan, or medications. Doctors might need to check urine for ketones on the off chance that patients have indications of diabetic ketoacidosis When ketone levels get excessively high, it can be life-threatening.
Assuming that you have diabetes, you'll probably utilise a blood glucose meter to keep track and show how much sugar (glucose) in your blood. But often it's difficult to keep track daily.
DigiCure is an app for Diabetes Patients through which they can track your entire medical history and direct you towards relevant doctors. Users will be able to select a suitable doctor from a range of profiles.They will send a “connect request” to their desired doctor and once their request is accepted, the doctor will be able to access their health data.
The expense of physician recommended prescriptions used to treat diabetes is additionally a heated issue in the current medical services framework. As opposed to the normal misinterpretation that diabetes is effectively anticipated by seeing what an individual eats and the amount they weigh, it isn't really that simple. Your age, your weight, your eating routine — none of these by themselves or even consolidated can fundamentally anticipate your danger of pre-diabetes or diabetes.
Through DigiCure doctors will be able to prescribe medication through the same platform and monitor the patients by carefully analysing their health data. By giving patients sufficient devices to evaluate and deal with their diabetes consistently, it's more sensible to infer that this would decrease the rates of medical clinic visits.
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