BridgingApps just published the following BridgingApps Reviewed App on the site:
One of several mySugr apps, the mySugr Junior app uses humor and a little diabetes monster cartoon to actively engage children in the management of their own diabetes care by â€œtaming the monsterâ€. It stands out from many apps with its innovative approach as a communication tool between parents/caregivers and their child with diabetes (the app is installed on each persons device).
A child logs their glucose, food, insulin data and even an optional photo and the app provides feedback. These entries are sent as a message or email to the parents for safe monitoring. A great way encourage self-management. There is even an option when recording data to snap a photo for clarity or fun.
Another quality app by the same developer is mySugr Logbook, a more â€œgrown upâ€ version mySugr Junior. Diabetes Importer by mySugr is another app that imports blood glucose monitor data directly into mySugr Logbook by â€œscanningâ€ the screen of the monitor. And, there are also several diabetes education apps offered by mySugr.
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