GDm-Health

Categories: Diabetes, Pregnancy and baby

Free

The GDm-Health app is part of a system that helps clinicians manage diabetes in pregnancy.

The system comprises a patient app that can receive readings wirelessly from a blood glucose monitor, and a web-app dashboard for use by medical professionals.

Using the web-app dashboard, clinicians can view your blood glucose readings in real-time and proactively manage your condition. 

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Who is it suitable for?

GDm-Health is for women with, or at risk of, gestational diabetes or who are pregnant with pre-existing diabetes. 

How does it work?

To utilise the full range of features in GDm-Health, your care team will need to be using the GDm-Health web-app dashboard.

You can then use it to:

  • upload and track blood glucose (BG) readings
  • show your BG readings as a list, in diary view and in a graph
  • easily filter your BG readings to show trends
  • provide additional notes to your care team
  • request callbacks from your care team
  • receive care guidance from your care professional direct to your app
  • keep a history log of previous blood glucose readings
  • use a visual aid to help you to keep on track with your BG monitoring
  • find out about gestational diabetes mellitus
  • take better control of your condition
  • find information about food and diet, weight management, and activity and fitness during pregnancy

Report an issue

You can contact the developer directly to report any issue or if you have any questions about this product.

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How do I access it?

The app is free to download from the App Store and Google Play.

Page last reviewed: 04/04/2018
Next review due: 04/04/2021

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