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Smart phone diabetes management applications have been shown to be useful for treating patients.
Seoul, January 9 (Ionhap) – The use of Type 2 diabetes management based on smartphone applications has proven to be effective in reducing blood sugar, Professor Choa Ioung-min and Professor Kim Eun-
This research is the world's leading diabetes authority <당뇨병 관리(Diabetes Care)> It was published in a recent release.
Professor Cho, along with HealthConnect, has developed another type of health-related diabetes application, "Health on G," last year. After that, 172 patients with diabetes were divided into Health at G and a record blood sugar group and watched for 24 weeks.
As a result, the use of HealthOn G was much more effective than the average reduction in the number of manuscripts of 0.06%, on average by 0.4% of the drop of glycated hemoglobin.
In particular, patients with high levels of hemoglobin or insulin are more likely to have a hypoglycaemic effect.
In patients with HbA1c more than 8.0%, the blood glucose level was 0.87% and 0.30% on average and 0.74% and 0.15%, respectively.
This figure is about one dose of diabetes.
In addition, 31.1% of patients who used HealthOn G had less than 7.0% of glycated hemoglobin without hypoglycaemia, which is 1.88 times greater than 17.1% of manual shots.
During the study period, both the severity of hyperglycaemia and the incidence of hypoglycaemia did not differ, which proved the effectiveness and safety of the system.
HealthOnG consists of applications for patients who support self-management of diabetes and an online healthcare system that monitors and manages patient data.
The application for patients consists of blood glucose control, diet management, exercise management and social networking. Automatic calls are also included for automatic connection to Emergency Centers in the event of an emergency situation and taking appropriate actions.
First of all, the strength of HealthOnG is to maximize feedback. Patients with diabetes are classified into 4 groups according to the status of a doctor's prescription, and the body fat index, nutrition and physical activity capabilities through the questionnaire are evaluated to provide tailored feedback and pop-up educational materials.
In addition, we have developed and implemented an insulin dosage control algorithm that can evaluate blood glucose levels in a safe and effective way to reach the target blood glucose level.
Professor Cho Ioung-min said: "It's designed to automatically enter data using Bluetooth blood glucose meters and activity meters." It is more accurate and practical to use than the existing system. "
As a platform for managing diabetes last year, HealthOn G was the first Korean company to be approved by Korea for food and drug treatment. In June this year, CE received the CE, which means that all EU Member States have passed the standard.
In the meantime, SK Telecom will develop the "Coach Diabetes Coach" service, which was developed using this research and will be released free of charge this month.
* Glycosylated hemoglobin
Hemoglobin, also known as hemoglobin, is bound to glucose and becomes sugar cane. If the glycosylated hemoglobin is less than 5.7%, this is normal, and if it is more than 6.5%, it is diabetes. The average blood glucose level of 7% of glycated hemoglobin is 154 mg / dL. Each 1% increase in blood sugar increases around 30 mg / dL.
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