Blood glucose tracking involves methods and tools to measure blood glucose levels, commonly in the context of diabetes but also by non-diabetic users. A variety of tools exist to measure blood glucose levels, including fingerstick testing and continuous glucose monitors.
Tools to track blood glucose[edit | edit source]
- Freestyle Libre: A common continuous glucose monitoring method. Individual Libre sensors can be worn for 14 days and record for the whole time period. Sensors can be read with a dedicated reader or a smartphone with NFC capabilities. Access to them requires a prescription in the US, but are sold over-the-counter in Europe.
Projects making use of blood glucose tracking[edit | edit source]
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|Quantified Diabetes Brooks Kincaid, Doug Kanter, Peter Kok, Benjamin Smarr, Jana Beck, Erzsi Szilagyi, Gary Wolf, Jessica Ching, Shannon Conners, Philipp Kalwies, Azure Grant, Benjamin Best, Stefan Hoevenaar, Gil Blander, David Gordon, James McCarter, Andre Boorsma, Rosane Oliveira, Justin Lawler, Erica Forzani, Vivienne Ming, Bob Troia, Michael Snyder, Dana Lewis, Seth Roberts