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Free diabetic software for PDA devices are readily available on the Internet, and can be easily downloaded. This often makes the task of monitoring for patients suffering from diabetes more efficient and comfortable.
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The Diabetes Log application is a pretty straightforward replacement for paper notebooks. It allows users to log the physical activities they have performed that day, as well as the foods they have eaten. Users can also create a database of foods that they normally eat with the corresponding carbohydrate count found in each serving, making it quicker and easier for them to enter the next time they eat that particular kind of food.
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SiDiary is a diabetes management application that acts as a diary for diabetics. The program takes data input by the users, and uses it to draw up graphical representations of their diabetes profile. This type of detailed data can help doctors determine the next steps in the patient's treatment of the disease. The statistics it tracks include insulin and blood glucose levels. All of the data can be edited using a rich text editors, which can then be printed so that patients may have a physical copy of the diary entries.
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GlucoBase is an entire suite of diabetes-tracking software that monitors, logs and manages detailed data about user's condition. This particular suite of diabetes software is optimized for the use of people with type 2 diabetes. It has an easy and efficient user interface, making it a good solution for patients of all ages. One drawback for this seemingly complete solution to diabetes management via mobile device, is that it may have some issues with the later versions of the Windows operating system.
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This diabetes management system is the mobile counterpart for the desktop version of GlucoseOne Windows software. It doesn't contain all of the desktop version's features, but it has enough to make it one of the most powerful mobile diabetes management systems available. It comes equipped with a log book where patients can keep a diary of their daily activities as well as food intake. It also allows patients track their medications easily, focusing on the elapsed time since they had their last medication. All of the data collected in the PDA can be synchronized to the desktop application so that analysis can be performed and the data can be accessed for report creation.
These are just some of the free diabetic software for PDA devices that patients and doctors are using in order to monitor and manage their conditions. As technology advances, more and more software may come. The bottom line is that most of these free software provide more benefits especially for patients giving them more convenience and ease in monitoring and controlling their conditions.