SMBG Viewer for X Operating Manual_INT_−@for V1_18

SMBG Viewer for X Operating Manual_INT_−@for V1_18
for GLUCOCARD X Series
Operating Manual
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Introduction
Thank you for choosing MEQNET SMBG Viewer for GLUCOCARD X Series. This operating
manual describes how to receive and analyze measured values which have been saved in a
small blood glucose test meter by using MEQNET SMBG Viewer.
Before using, read this
operating manual carefully.
Conventions
● Definition of words used in this operation manual
Select
Select items or icons on the screen by using the mouse or keyboard.
Start
Start applications such as this software. You can customize how to start as
you like on Windows, so adapt the operations to the environment.
Click
Double-click
Drag
Drop
Press the left button of the mouse once.
Press the left button of the mouse twice.
Move the mouse around while pressing the left button.
Release the left button of the mouse after dragging.
● Words frequently used in this operation manual
This software
MEQNET SMBG Viewer for GLUCOCARD X Series, exclusive data
management software for GLUCOCARD X Series.
Meter
GLUCOCARD X-METER GT-1910, GLUCOCARD X-mini plus GT-1960,
a small blood glucose test meter manufactured by ARKRAY
<Screen name>
Screen name is described in parentheses < >.
<Main Menu>
[Command]
Desktop
The screen appears when you start this software.
Command button is described in parentheses [ ].
The screen appears when you start Windows.
● Massages in boxes as below need your special attention. So please carefully observe them.
Example:
*If you delete patient information, all the saved glucose data for the patient will
be deleted.
Note
● Do NOT allow database used for this software to be edited by other database-editing
software.
● The contents of this software may be change without notification.
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《CONTENTS》
》
INTRODUCTION...................................................................................................................2
CONVENTIONS ...................................................................................................................2
NOTE .................................................................................................................................2
1. OVERVIEW OF THIS SOFTWARE ................................................................................5
1.1
1.2
FEATURES ...............................................................................................................5
HARDWARE ENVIRONMENT.....................................................................................5
2. SOFTWARE INSTALLATION.........................................................................................6
2.1
INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................6
3. START-UP AND EXIT OUT OF SOFTWARE...............................................................10
3.1
3.2
HOW TO START THE PROGRAM...............................................................................10
HOW TO EXIT THE PROGRAM .................................................................................11
4. SCREEN LAYOUT.........................................................................................................12
4.1
4.2
MAIN MENU..........................................................................................................12
MAINTENANCE MENU...........................................................................................13
5.1
BASIC OPERATION FLOW .......................................................................................14
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
BASIC INFORMATION REGISTRATION ....................................................................15
PATIENT INFORMATION REGISTRATION ................................................................17
TIME ZONE AND POSTPRANDIAL TIME ...................................................................21
HOW TO CHANGE PATIENT INFORMATION..............................................................24
PORT COMMUNICATION SETTING (BEFORE FIRST RECEPTION OF DATA) ...............24
HOW TO CHANGE METER SETTING ........................................................................25
7.1
7.2
7.3
HOW TO RECEIVE DATA .........................................................................................28
HOW TO CHANGE MEASURED DATE, TIME ZONE, POSTPRANDIAL MARKER .............32
HOW TO SAVE MEASURED DATA .............................................................................34
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
DATA TABLE ..........................................................................................................35
SMBG DATA ANALYSIS .........................................................................................40
METER DATA TABLE..............................................................................................42
VARIOUS GRAPHS ..................................................................................................47
5. OPERATION FLOW ......................................................................................................14
6. BASIC SETTING ...........................................................................................................15
7. DATA RECEPTION .......................................................................................................28
8. DATA DISPLAY .............................................................................................................35
9. DATABASE SETTING...................................................................................................51
9.1
9.2
10.
HOW TO REPLICATE DATABASE..............................................................................51
HOW TO CHANGE LOCATION OF DATABASE ............................................................52
CSV FILE ...................................................................................................................53
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10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
11.
WHAT IS CSV FILE? ..............................................................................................53
HOW TO IMPORT PATIENT INFORMATION FROM CSV FILE .....................................53
HOW TO IMPORT/EXPORT PATIENT GLUCOSE DATA FROM/TO CSV FILE .................56
HOW TO IMPORT/EXPORT OTHER CSV FILES .........................................................57
OTHERS.....................................................................................................................61
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
HOW TO MANAGE DATA OTHER THAN GLUCOSE VALUE ..........................................61
HOW TO CLEAR MEASURED DATA IN METER ..........................................................63
PRINTER SETTING .................................................................................................63
SCREEN LOCK .......................................................................................................64
PRINT PREVIEW ....................................................................................................66
ABOUT HL 7 .........................................................................................................67
UNINSTALLATION..................................................................................................67
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1. Overview of this software
1.1 Features
The followings are main functions of this software. You can
● Receive/save or analyze measured data which are saved in a meter specified by ARKRAY.
● Change setting or delete data of the meter specified by ARKRAY.
● Export measured data to CSV file where you can edit the data by using spreadsheet
software.
● Input data manually to your computer, also edit, process or count saved data.
● Print analyzed data in table/graph forms.
● Save received data in HL7 format.
* For details, refer to Japanese Association of Healthcare Information Systems Industry (JAHIS)
regulations on clinical date exchange.
1.2 Hardware Environment
This software is corresponding to the hardware environment shown below.
CPU
Pentium100MHz or more (recommended Celeron 450MHz or more)
Memory
OS
32MB or more (recommended 128MB or more)
Windows2000 Professional / XP Home Edition / XP Professional
/ Windows Vista / Windows 7
*Microsoft, Windows logo, and the Windows Start logo are either registered trademarks
or
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Hard Disc
40MB disc space or more (recommended 100 MB disc space or more)
Display Resolution
1024 × 768 dots or more
Font Size
Only “small” font is acceptable
Others
Necessary environment:Serial Port or USB Port, Mouse
*Transmitting comments via e-mail must be done with Outlook Express
or Windows Mail. Other e-mail software does not support the system.
*Internet and/or Mail setting is/are separately required.
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2. Software Installation
2.1 Installation
1) When you download installation program from the web page, select a folder (ex. My
Documents) for the download of the program.
2) Before installation, log on to Windows as an administrator or as a user with administrator
privileges and quit all active software and virus checkers.
* If you are not sure about installing this software, please contact your system administrator or
IT support personnel.
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1.
Refer to a folder which contains installation program by using “Explorer” or “My Computer”,
then, double-click “setup.exe”.
2.
Wait while the following message is on the screen.
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3.
Click [Next] when the following message appears.
4.
License Agreement appears. Read carefully, then, if you agree to the content, choose
“I accept the terms in the license agreement” and click [Next].
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5.
Enter customer information. Click [Next] after input.
6.
If you need to change a destination folder, click [Change]. Otherwise click [Next].
*Do NOT select a root folder as a destination folder.
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7.
The following message appears. Click [Install] to start installation.
8.
When installation is completed, the following message appears. Then, click [Finish].
9.
This is the end of installation of this software.
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3. Start-up and exit out of software
3.1 How to start the program
1. Click MEQNET SMBG Viewer for X Series icon on the desk top or click [Start] →
[Program] → [MEQNET SMBG Viewer for GLUCOCARD X Series] → [MEQNET SMBG
Viewer for GLUCOCARD X Series].
♦ Start from shortcut icon on the desk top
♦
Start from start button.
2.
Unit setting
<Unit setting> appears. Select the unit which is used in your country or the medical care
facility and then click [Save].
From this action, [MEQNET SMBG Viewer] counts and analyzes data with the selected unit.
<Unit setting>
* <Unit setting> can be done only once when you first start [MEQNET SMBG Viewer].
No need to set the unit from the next time on.
* Once the unit is set, no change can be done unless you uninstall [MEQNET SMBG
Viewer] and delete database (Refer to “11.7 Uninstallation”).
Please be careful when you set the unit.
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3.
<Main Menu> appears.
<Main Menu>
3.2 How to exit the program
1. Click [Exit] on <Main Menu>.
2. The following message appears. Click [Yes] to exit.
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4. Screen Layout
4.1 Main Menu
This software starts with <Main Menu>.
Select a function which you want to use on <Main Menu>.
<Main Menu>
Contents of Main Menu
Data Display
Data Reception
Maintenance
Screen Lock
Exit
Input / Display (glucose value, insulin, meal, exercise, weight and
Dr.’s comment), data transmission, analysis, print
Glucose data reception from meter
Display of maintenance menu
Prevention of the use by unauthorized users
Exit of this software
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4.2 Maintenance Menu
You can do various settings for this software on <Maintenance Menu>.
Select a function which you want to use on <Maintenance Menu>.
<Maintenance Menu>
Contents of Maintenance Menu
Patient information
Registration or change of patient information
registration
CSV patient data import
Import of patient information from CSV file
Basic information
Registration/change of basic information to use this software
registration
Relocate database
Storage change of database (Shared drive on network, etc.)
Replicate database
Optimization database
Meter set-up
Meter clear
Communication port
setting
Printer setting
Close
Replication of database
Defragmentation of database
Change of meter setting
Deletion of measured data from meter
Change of communication port setting that connects meter and your
computer
Setting of printer to be used in this software
Close of Maintenance Menu and going back to Main Manu
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5. Operation Flow
5.1 Basic operation flow
The following flowchart describes basic operations after installation of this software.
① When you use this software for the first time, register basic information and make necessary
setting for communication port.
② Set up the meter and register patient information. (When the meter is connected for the first
time.)
③ Receive glucose data from the meter.
④ Save received data to your computer.
⑤ Select an appropriate patient and analyze saved data.
printing)
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(Data processing, graph display,
6. Basic Setting
6.1 Basic Information Registration
Registration of basic information is necessary before using this software.
● Procedure
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When you click [Maintenance] on <Main Menu>, <Maintenance Menu> appears. Click [Basic
information registration] on <Maintenance Menu> to display <Basic information registration>.
1.
Input basic information, then, click [Save].
<Basic information registration>
Contents of <Basic information registration>
Name of medical institute: (necessary)
Input the name of medical institute.
Mail address: (necessary for comment mail transmission)
Input e-mail address to send your comments to your patients.
Password to lock operation: (necessary to change password to lock operation)
Input the password which has been used to lock operation.
*Leave it blank if you haven’t set a password to lock operation.
New password to lock operation: (optional)
Input new password to lock operation.
New password to lock operation (For confirmation): (necessary when you input new
password)
Input new password again for confirmation.
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Warning period: (optional)
Set the warning period. Various kinds of data items in the warning period are calculated
and the results are displayed on <Patient selection> which appears when you click [Data
Display] on <Main Menu>.
When this warning period has passed since last data confirmation, “$” appears in the
check box of corresponding patient on <Patient selection>.
Analysis period: (optional)
This is an initial setting of the period which is displayed on <Data table>.
Abnormal val (H/L): (necessary)
Specify abnormal reference value on <Patient information registration>.
Initial setting: Abnormal value (High) 301 mg/dL (16.8 mmol/L)
(Low)
70 mg/dL ( 3.8 mmol/L)
Lock at the time of start-up: (optional)
Set this function when you want to lock operation automatically on start-up. When you
choose “Lock”, screen lock appears at start-up of this software, which prevents other users
from operating the program without authorizations. Refer to “11.4 Screen Lock” for details.
Print preview: (optional)
Choose “yes” if you want a print preview before printing.
Comment mail transmission: (optional)
Choose “yes” if you want to send comments you input in the <Data table> to your patients.
* To create and send comment e-mails, use Outlook Express. Other e-mail software does
not support the system.
* Contact your provider for details in setting up the Outlook Express.
Data management method: (optional)
There are two methods available for data management. Select either method from the two
methods described below.
♦ Serial number
Patient ID can be identified automatically on the basis of its “meter serial number”
recorded in <6.2 Patient information registration> and then the glucose data in the
meter will be received as the specified patient data.
♦ Patient
When meter data is being transmitted, a list of patients who have been registered in
<Patient information Registration> is displayed. From the list, you can select a patient
whose data to be received.
Automatic saving of meter data: (optional)
Choose “yes” if you want to automatically save the received data when data reception
from a meter is completed.
Reception data automatic display: (optional)
Choose “yes” if you want to automatically display data table when the data reception is
completed.
Time line display: (optional)
Choose "Yes" if you want to display the data points by a line plot.
Printing number of copies: (optional)
Select printing number of copies.
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Automatic graph printing: (optional)
Select proper tables or graphs when you want to automatically print the data once you
receive it from a meter.
* If you select tables or graphs you want to automatically print, “Yes” is always selected for
automatic saving of meter data”.
Graph attachment to mail: (optional)
Select tables or graphs to be attached to comment mails. It is also possible to select
them manually right before you send your comments to your patients.
HL7 file housing folder
Specify the location for storage of HL7 file which is to be created at the time of receiving
meter data. * Please refer to “11.6 About HL 7” for information on HL7.
6.2 Patient Information Registration
Registration of patient information is necessary before using this software.
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When you click [Maintenance] on <Main Menu>, <Maintenance Menu> appears.
Click [Patient information registration] on <Maintenance Menu> to display <Patient
information registration>.
2.
Input patient information and click [Save].
* “Time zone setting (necessary)” is displayed in two ways on <Patient information
registration> depending on the choice of After-meal categorization.
<Patient information registration> (When you do not choose “Postprandial time”)
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<Patient information registration> (When you choose “Postprandial time”)
Contents of <Patient information registration>
1.
Patient information: (necessary)
Patient ID
Input a patient ID consisting of up to 15-digit alphameric characters that is assigned
individually in each medical institute.
Patient name
Input a patient name consisting of up to 40-digit alphameric characters.
Meter serial number
Input a serial number of meter which is used by a patient. Refer to “6.6 How to
change meter setting” for details. If you are not sure about the serial number,
input 0. You can change the number after confirming exact serial number.
* Input a serial number with 6 digits or more.
* Input serial number using alphameric starting with 1910- (X-Meter) or 1960
(X-mini plus).
* There is patient data of previous version. If you select this registered patient data,
serial number will be changed automatically to starting with 1910- (X-Meter) or
1960 (X-mini plus).
Abnormal val (H/L)
If glucose value of a patient is higher /lower than the set value shown here, warning
of abnormal glucose value shows up on <Data display>.
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2.
Time zone setting: (necessary)
【When you do not choose <Postprandial time>】
Time setting for each time zone
Set the beginning time of “breakfast”,
“lunch” and “dinner”. Also set the
beginning
time
of
the
time
zone ”before bedtime” and “late at
night”.
Selection of SMBG data (in each time
zone)
When
there
are
measurement data
two
or
more
within the same
time zone on the same day, select
between the latest value and lowest
value for display and analysis.
【When you choose <Postprandial time>】
Time setting for each time zone
Set time zone when blood glucose
data is saved by inputting each
beginning time.
Selection of SMBG data (in each time
zone)
When there are two or more multiple
measurement data within the same
time zone on the same day, select
between the latest value and the
lowest value for display and analysis.
3.
Patient information: (optional)
Diabetes type
Select diabetes type of a patient.
e-mail address
Input patient’s e-mail address. Comment mails will be sent to this address.
*Comment mail: you can e-mail the comments that you input on <Data table> to
your patients.
Gender (Male/Female)
Birthday
Make sure to move the cursor to the left end of the space before inputting the
birthday.
Ex.) August 5, 1960 → 08/05/1960
Input patient information; postal code, address, phone number, contact person,
contact phone, relation (optional).
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4.
Buttons
[Save]
Press this button when you need to save input data.
[CSV file (glucose data) import or export]
Import or export patient’s glucose data from/to CSV file. Refer to “10.3 How to
import/export patient glucose data from/to CSV file” for details.
[Delete]
Press this button to delete patient information which is presently displayed.
*Caution: If you delete patient information, all the saved glucose data for the
patient will be deleted.
[Clear]
Press this button to initialize all the entered information.
[Close]
Press this button to close <Patient information registration>.
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6.3 Time zone and postprandial time
【Time zone】
For data management, MEQNET SMBG
Viewer sets several “time zone” which is
certain extended period of time, e.g.
mealtimes, before bedtime and late at night.
Blood glucose data is assigned in either time
zone based on the measurement time.
Input time in a box after each item. The period
between the time set for an item and the time
set for the next item is recognized as ”time
zone” for that item.
* Example: If input time in each box is as the
table below, time zones will be specified as the chart below.
Input
time
06:00
08:00
11:00
13:00
16:00
18:00
22:00
01:00
Time zone
Bef B. fast
Aft B. fast
Bef Lunch
Aft Lunch
Bef Dinner
Aft Dinner
Bef bed
Late N
Before Breakfast
Time:
1
6
8
After Breakfast
Before Lunch
Before Dinner
11
16
13
After Lunch
Late at Night
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18
Before Bedtime
22
After Dinner
01
6
Late at Night
【Postprandial time】
The following instruction describes how this system determines whether the blood
glucose data is “before meal” data or “after meal” data.
* The instruction below is a case where the unit is set to mg/dL.
♦
When you do not choose <Postprandial time>
1) The blood glucose data marked “C” on postprandial mark are determined as
“after meal” data. (About “C” mark, refer to “8.3 Meter Data Table”.)
2) The blood glucose data marked “Y” on postprandial mark are determined as
“after meal” data. (About “Y” mark, refer to “8.3 Meter Data Table”.)
(X-mini plus only)
3) All the blood glucose data are determined as “before meal” data.
・・・Example・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
Time zone setting
Input
Time zone
time
Breakfast
06:00
Lunch
11:00
Dinner
16:00
・
・
・
・
Glucose data
No. Measurement
Postprandial
Time zone
Value
time
mark
1
08:07
Breakfast
97
2
11:23
Lunch
100
3
13:13
Lunch
278
C
4
16:05
Dinner
302
Y
No.1 is assigned in Breakfast time zone and determined as “before breakfast” data.
No.2 is assigned in Lunch time zone and determined as “before lunch” data.
No.3 is assigned in Lunch time zone with postprandial mark and determined as
“after lunch” data.
No.4 is assigned in Dinner time zone with postprandial mark and determined as
“after dinner” data.
*Display on screen
Time zone setting
Meter data table
Data table
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♦
When you choose <Postprandial time>
1) The blood glucose data with postprandial mark “C” are determined as “after
meal” data. (About “C” mark, refer to “8.3 Meter Data Table”.)
2) The blood glucose data which can be assigned in time zones such as “after
breakfast”, ”after lunch” and ”after dinner”, are determined as “after meal”
data with postprandial mark “A”. (About “A” mark, refer to “8.3 Meter Data
Table.)
3) The blood glucose data with postprandial mark “Y” are determined as “after
meal” data. (About “Y” mark, refer to “8.3 Meter Data Table”.)
(X-mini plus only)
4) Other data are determined as “before meal” data.
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Time zone setting
Input
Time zone
time
Bef B.fast
06:00
Aft B.fast
08:00
Bef Lunch
11:00
Aft Lunch
13:00
Bef Dinner
16:00
・
・
Glucose data
No. Measurement
Time
Value
time
zone
1
08:07
B.fast
97
2
11:23
Lunch
100
3
13:13
Lunch
278
4
16:05
Dinner
302
Postprandial
mark
A
C
Y
No.1 is assigned in Bef B.fast time zone and determined as “before breakfast” data.
No.2 is assigned in Aft B.fast time zone and determined as “after breakfast” data
with postprandial mark “A”.
・
No.3 is assigned in Bef Lunch time zone and determined as “after lunch” data.
・
No.4 is assigned in Bef Dinner time zone and determined as “after dinner” data.
*Display on screen
Time zone setting
Meter data table
Data table
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6.4 How to change patient information
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1. When you click [Maintenance] on <Main Menu>, <Maintenance Menu> appears.
Click [Patient information registration] on <Maintenance Menu> to display <Patient
information registration>.
2. Select a patient ID whose information you want to change.
3. Input new information under the items you want to change, then, click [Save].
*You can also display <Patient information registration> by clicking [Patient information] on <Data
table>.
6.5 Port Communication Setting (Before first reception of data)
When you receive data from a meter for the first time, set PC’s serial port number and the
communication port for this software.
PC
Interface Cable
Use conversion adapter to
PC/AT compatibility
*Connect the cable to the meter
after this software started
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On [Communication port setting] for this software, “COM1” is chosen as a communication port in
advance. It is not necessary to change the setting when you connect a cable to “COM1” port of
your computer. If you connect a cable to another communication port, change the communication
port setting to match the port number with your computer.
1.
When you click [Maintenance] on <Main Menu>, <Maintenance Menu> appears.
Click [Communication port setting] on <Maintenance Menu> to display <Communication port
setting>.
<Communication port setting>
2.
Change communication ports if necessary, then, click [Save].
*Select “None” when you don’t connect a meter.
3.
Restart this software.
*Click [Close] to close the window when you exit without setting changes.
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6.6 How to change meter setting
Set the time and serial number of a meter before you connect it to this software for the first time.
● Procedure
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When you click [Maintenance] on <Main Menu>, <Maintenance Menu> appears.
Click
[Meter set-up] on <Maintenance Menu> to display <Meter set-up>.
2.
Connect the cable to communication port of your PC.
*Do not connect the cable to a meter at
Interface Cable
this stage.
PC
3.
The message “Connect a meter to receive the settings” appears, then, connect a meter.
Once the meter is connected, the power turns on automatically.
4.
Once the meter power turns on, data transmission starts automatically.
After data
transmission is completed, a message suggesting you remove the cable will appear.
Remove the cable from the meter, then, click [OK].
*Be sure to connect the meter when the display shows “Connect a meter to receive the
settings.” When other messages are displayed, information set in the meter will not be
transmitted to PC.
5.
Current setting status of the meter appears.
Change the setting, if necessary, then, click [Write].
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Contents of <Meter set-up>
Date Set
Check if date of meter is correct or not. Adjust it if necessary.
Make sure to move the cursor to the left end of the space before entering the date as
shown below.
Ex.) January 29, 2004 → 01/29/2004
Time Set
Check the time displayed on the meter and adjust it if necessary.
Make sure to move the cursor to the left end of the space and input in 24h display as
shown below when you adjust the time.
Ex.) 3:20 PM → 15:20
12h/24h Display
Choose which format you want to have on the meter, 12h display or 24h display.
Unit (Impossible to input/change)
Display which unit of measured glucose data on the meter, mg/dL or mmol/L.
Month/Date Order
Choose which order of the date you want to have on the meter, Month/Day or
Day/Month.
Buzzer
Choose the buzzer volume between OFF, Low, Normal and High.
Average value display
Choose from “OFF”, “14 day average”, “30 day average” for average value display.
(X-meter)
Choose from “OFF”, “7 day average”, “14 day average”, “30 day average”, “90 day
average” for average value display. (X-mini plus)
Serial No.
Input random number with up to 7 digits in this space.
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<X-mini plus only>
Hypoglycemia
Choose the hypoglycemia warning function from “ON” or ”OFF”. And input the
hypoglycemia threshold value from 10 to 80 mg/dL ( from 0.6 to 4.4 mmol/L ) .
Clock timer
Choose the clock counter function from “ON” or ”OFF”. And select the time elapsed
since the beginning of your last meal.
Meal Amount
Choose the meal amount function from “ON” or ”OFF”.
Alarm
Choose the alarm function from “ON” or ”OFF”. And select the alarm time. There are
four alarms. (Alarm-1 to Alarm-4 )
6.
Connect the meter, the power turns on automatically.
When a message of completion
appears, disconnect the cable from the meter, then, click [OK].
* Disconnect the cable from the meter after you complete writing so that the transmission
may not start again.
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7. Data Reception
7.1 How to receive data
*Follow the instructions on the screen when you receive data from a meter. Removing the
connected cable or turning off the meter may result in a failure.
* The instruction below is a case where the unit is set to mg/dL.
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1. Click [Data Reception] on <Main Menu>.
2. <Select patient for data reception> appears. Click a patient whose data you want to receive,
then click [Select].
* <Select patient for data reception> appears only when you have selected “Patient” under
Data management method on <Basic information registration>. When you have selected
“Serial number”, go to Procedure 3.
*Be careful not to receive a wrong patient’s data.
<Select patient for data reception>
3.
<Waiting for communication> appears. Connect a cable to a meter.
<Waiting for communication>
4.
Your computer automatically receives measured data from the meter. When all the data
reception from the meter is completed, <Completed reception> appears, then, the received
data are displayed on <Received data display>.
5.
Remove the cable from the meter.
<Completed reception>
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* Disconnect the cable from the meter after you finish data reception so that the
transmission may not start again.
* While <Completed reception> is being displayed (approx. 20 seconds), your computer
cannot receive any data from the meter.
<Received data display>
* If you choose “Yes” for automatic saving of meter data when you register basic information,
the received data are automatically saved and <Received data display> is not shown on the
screen.
* In this software, meter data displayed as “Lo” and “Hi” correspond to the following.
Meter data
Hi
Lo
Corresponding value (mg/dL)
600
10
Corresponding value (mmol/L)
33.3
0.6
* When the received data seem wrong, check the measured data by calling memory of
the meter.
Contents of <Received data display>
Average/Median/Max val/Min val/Data count
Average/Median/Max value/Minimum value/Data count of received data are displayed.
*Data with marks such as “delete”, “control” or “temperature abnormality, which are not
to be analyzed, are not included in calculation.
No
Numbers of measured data. No.1 means the oldest measured data.
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Date 1 (changeable)
Measured date is displayed. Correct it if necessary. Refer to “7.2 How to change
measured date, time zone, postprandial marker” for details.
Time
Measured time is displayed.
Glucose val (glucose value)
Measured data transmitted to this software is displayed.
The measured glucose value with hypoglycemia flag is displayed by blue characters.
(X-mini plus only)
Mark
If measured data which are received from a meter have particular information, the
following marks are displayed.
♦ Control
: This mark is displayed on data which you measured using control
solution and put control mark (CONT).
♦ Delete
: This mark is displayed on data which you put delete mark (DEL)
when you measured glucose value using a meter or when errors
occurred.
♦ Temp Abnormality: This mark is displayed when you obtain incorrect measured data
due to room temperature in unacceptable ranges.
Date 2
Date of measurement that are assigned and saved according to time zones after being
transferred from a meter to this software.
Ex.) Time zone: Late at Night 11:00pm – 6:00am (Next morning)
If glucose is measured at 5:00am on April 30, Date 2 of the measurement, in this
case, is “April 29”.
Time zone (changeable)
Measured time of the meter and time zone which is set on <Patient information
registration> are checked, then, it is automatically sorted into each time zone. When
you change time zone, refer to “7.2 How to change measured date, time zone,
postprandial marker” for details.
Before meal
The glucose data with before meal mark is displayed “Y” on the Before meal column.
(X-mini plus only)
Postprandial
Glucose data determined as after mealtime display “A” on the Postprandial column.
When you change the setting, refer to “7.2 How to change measured date, time zone,
postprandial marker” for details.
The glucose data with after meal mark is displayed “Y” on the Postprandial column.
(X-mini plus only)
Elapsed time
The glucose data with clock counter mark is displayed “elapsed time” on the Elapsed
time column. (X-mini plus only)
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Meal amount
The glucose data with meal amount mark is displayed “50%” ,“80%” or “Full” on the
Meal amount column. (X-mini plus only)
After Exercise
The glucose data with after exercise mark is displayed “Y” on the After Ex column.
(X-mini plus only)
Save
Check measured data which you want to save. Refer to “7.3 How to save measured
data” for details.
*Newly received data have checks on “Save” checkboxes automatically.
Description of the colored line
The data measured on the same day and the same time zone are displayed in blue. On
analysis screens, only one of the data measured in the same time zone is displayed.
Other measured data are not shown on the screen.
The data which is shown with “Control”, “Delete” or “Temperature Abnormality” in the
mark column is excluded from analysis even if you save the data. These data are
displayed in yellow.
* The data with “Control” or “Temperature Abnormality” marking will not be saved.
The data which shows mealtime is displayed in light green.
Other buttons on <Received data display>
[Redisplay]
Changed contents on <Received data display> are reflected and redisplayed on the
screen.
[Save Data]
Received data are saved. Refer to “7.3 How to save measured data” for details.
[CSV file output]
Received data will be exported in CSV file format. Refer to “10.4 How to import/export
other CSV file” for details.
[Close]
Click [Close], when you exit without saving received data.
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7.2
How to change measured date, time zone, postprandial marker
You can change time zone or a status of postprandial marker of measured data which are
received from a meter. If it is not necessary, go on to “7.3 How to save measured data”.
● Procedure
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a) Change of Measured Date
Change date if you have a problem with measured data. (Ex. Wrong date)
1. Select a date which you want to change, then, double-click it.
2. Enter correct date.
3. Press Enter key.
b) Change of Time zone
Data which are measured in the same date and the same time zone (Ex. No.18, 19, 20 in
the figure below) appear in blue. On each analysis display (Except for Main data display),
only the latest data measured in the same time zone appears. Change time zone when
you use both of them on each analysis display.
1. Click a time zone cell which you want to change.
2. You will see a drop-down list, and click a time zone you need on the list.
<Received data display>
3. Press [Redisplay] to have the screen redisplayed with the time zone you selected.
4. “Time zone Change” mark will be displayed.
5. Confirm that the time zone has been changed.
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c) Change of postprandial marker
You can change the status of postprandial markers which you forgot to add or which are
added by mistake.
1. When you click each cell of “Postprandial”, “C” appears or disappears. “C” means
postprandial.
<Received data display>
2. Press [Redisplay] to have the screen redisplayed with changed information.
3. Confirm that postprandial marker has been changed.
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7.3 How to save measured data
When you complete all necessary changes, save received data. If you click [Save data], only
checked data in [Save] box are saved. Click [Close] when you quit without saving.
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1.
Confirm measured value which is newly received has a check mark in [Save] box.
2.
Click [Save] box of data which you don’t want to save to uncheck.
3.
Click [Save Data].
<Received data display>
4.
The following message appears. Click [OK].
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8. Data Display
8.1 Data Table
<Data Table> is a main screen to consult glucose data in this software. On <Data table>, you
can display/edit glucose data which are received/saved from the meter. Also, you can input
daily memo on insulin, meal, exercise, weight etc. In addition, you can display analysis data or
graphics from this screen.
*When you choose “Yes” for Reception data automatic display when you register basic
information, <Data Table> appears immediately after the received data are saved.
* The instruction below is a case where the unit is set to mg/dL.
● Procedure
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1.
Click [Data Display] on <Main Menu>.
2.
<Patient selection> appears.
Select a patient whose data you want to refer to, then, click [Select].
<Patient selection>
Contents of <Patient selection> (Impossible to input/change)
Sort
You can sort the displayed contents in ascending order or descending order by clicking
each index.
Check
Warning mark is put to patients who deserve the following statuses.
#:Hypoglycemia occurred more than twice in the same time zone in 1 week.
$:Present warning period has passed since last confirmation day. (You can change
warning period on <Basic information registration>.
ID
ID number which is allocated at random on <Patient information registration>.
Patient Name
Patient name which is allocated randomly on <Patient information registration>.
Memo
Memo optionally input on <Patient information registration>.
Latest Data (Last measurement day)
Newest measurement date in all saved glucose data which were received from a meter.
Last cfm (Last confirmation day)
Date of the newest data confirmed on <Data table> in all saved glucose data which
were received from a meter.
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Abnormal H (L)
Numbers of hyperglycemia (hypoglycemia) in the warning period* before the latest
measurement day is displayed.
Highest (Lowest)
Highest (Lowest) glucose value in the warning period* before the latest measurement
day is displayed.
Average
Average of glucose value in the warning period* before the latest measurement day is
3.
displayed.
*warning period can be set by the user. Refer to “6.1 Basic Information Registration”.
<Data table> appears. Execute necessary operations.
<Data table>
* In this software, meter data displayed as “Lo” and “Hi” correspond to the following.
Meter data
Hi
Lo
Corresponding value (mg/dL)
600
10
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Corresponding value (mmol/L)
33.3
0.6
How to operate <Data table> screen
Period
On the initial display, all data in a period which is registered in <Basic information
registration>are displayed.
You can change “Period” as you like in the following procedures. (Changed period on
this screen is not saved. When you display this screen next time, “Period” will follow
the setting in <Basic information registration>
♦
How to change “Period”
1. Select the first date of “Period”. Display calendar by clicking “Period” to select
the first date.
2. Select the last date of “Period”.
Do as procedure 1 to select the date.
3. Click [Redisplay] to renew the contents.
4. If you change “Analysis Period”, “Period” is changed too. This change is also
reflected in <Basic Information Registration>.
Contents of each displayed data
*You can input/change some data manually. However, data on <Data Table> are to
correspond to data analysis. Use great care in inputting/changing data.
♦
Date (impossible to input/change)
Dates for display period appear.
♦
Glucose value (possible to input/change)
Glucose data which are received in [Data Reception] are categorized by 8 time zones;
6 zones before and after each meal (breakfast, lunch, dinner), plus 2 zones (Before
bedtime and Late at night). Double-click each cell to input/change glucose data.
♦
Insulin (possible to input/change)
Double-click each cell to input/change insulin.
♦
Meal (possible to input/change)
You can select quantity of each meal (breakfast, lunch, dinner) from Heavy, Normal,
Light. (X-mini plus is Full, 80%, 50%)
Click each cell to select from drop-down menu list. Select blank when you cancel
the input.
♦
Ex (possible to input/change)
You can select amount of exercise of the day from Heavy, Normal, Light. Click
each cell to select from the list. Select blank when you cancel the input.
♦
Weight (possible to input/change)
You can input weight to one place of decimals.
Double-click each cell to
enter/change.
♦
Dr.’s Comment (possible to input/change)
You can input/change daily comments to patients.
When you check “No” on “Comment mail transmission” in <Basic information
registration>, <Dr’s Comment> window appears by double-clicking each cell.
Close the display after comment input.
When you check “Yes”, <Comment transmission> is displayed by double-click on
each cell. Input a comment and click [Transmission] to send e-mail to the address
which has been registered in <Basic information registration>.
In addition, you can attach tables or graphs by checking attached file.
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Click [Close] when you don’t send the comment.
<Comment transmission>
* Comment mail cannot be transmitted unless you enter e-mail address on <Patient
Information Registration>.
* To create and send comment mail, use Outlook Express. Other e-mail software
does not support the system.
* Contact your provider for details in setting up the Outlook Express.
♦
Summary (impossible to input/change)
Maximum, Minimum, Median, Average, Deviation, n (measurement count) in each
time zone and all data.
They are summed in the period which is displayed
presently.
Contents of <Data table>
♦
[Redisplay]
Table for a period which is set as “Period” is displayed.
♦
[Save]
Input/changed contents are saved.
♦
[Display switching]
The screen switches to 2 types.
1) Display of Items of “Insulin”, “Meal”, “Exercise” “Weight” and “Patient’s memo”.
(Initial setting)
2) Hiding of Items of “Insulin”, “Meal” and “Exercise”.
♦
[Print]
<Data table> is printed.
When you check “Yes” on “Print preview” in <Basic
information registration>, <Print preview> is displayed.
Click [Print] on <Print
preview> to print.
♦
[Patient information]
<Patient information registration> appears. You can change patient information.
♦
[Basic information]
<Basic information registration> appears. You can change basic information.
♦
[Close]
<Data table> is closed.
♦
[SMBG data analysis]
<Data analysis> appears. Refer to “8.2 SMBG Data Analysis” for details.
♦
[Meter data]
<Meter data table> appears. Refer to “8.3 Meter Data Table” for details.
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♦
[Comparative graphs <time series>]
<Comparative graphs <time series>> appears. Refer to “8.4 Various Graphs” for
details.
♦
[Comparative graphs <time zone>]
<Comparative graphs <time zone>> appears. Refer to “8.4 Various Graphs” for
details.
♦
[Comparative Histogram]
<Comparative Histogram> appears. Refer to “8.4 Various Graphs” for details.
♦
[Graphs of each day of the week]
<Graphs of each day of the week> appears. Refer to “8.4 Various Graphs” for
details.
♦
[Other data]
<Other data input and reference> appears. Refer to “11.1 How to manage data
other than glucose value” for details.
♦
[Weight graph]
<Weight graph> appears.
♦
[CSV file import], [CSV file export]
Data on <Data table> can be imported/exported as CSV file. Refer to “10.4 How
to import/export other CSV files” for details.
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8.2 SMBG Data Analysis
<Data analysis> enables you to analyze glucose data which are displayed in <Data table>.
Comparative <time series>, Comparative <time zone>, Histogram, Circle graph based on data
on <Data table>.
* The instruction below is a case where the unit is set to mg/dL.
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1.
Click [Data Display] on <Main Menu>.
2.
<Patient selection> appears. Select a patient whose data you want to refer to, then, click
<Select>.
3.
<Data table> appears. Click [SMBG data analysis] on <Data table>.
4.
<Data analysis> appears. Execute necessary operations.
<Data analysis>
①
③
④
②
Screen operations on <Data analysis> screen
Each graph can be zoomed by double-click.
Double-click again to return zoomed
graph to original size.
Description of each graph
Time series graph (① in the figure)
X axis represents date and Y axis represents glucose value. You can see how daily
glucose value fluctuates from this graph.
Time zone graph (② in the figure)
X axis represents time zone and Y axis represents glucose value. Number in ( )
represents No of glucose values which consists each graph. (It doesn’t contain data in
gray zone.)
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You can select 4 time zones as “starting time zone” from a drop-down list.
By selecting “Focusing time zone” and entering “Focusing range”, measured glucose
values only within the range of “Focusing range” in the selected time zone will be
displayed. If there are data measured on the same day as selected data in other time
zone, they will also be displayed.
For example, you can focus on the day when you had hypoglycemia in the morning.
Histogram (③ in the figure)
Levels of glucose (high, low, normal) are displayed on histogram.
Circle graph (④ in the figure)
Levels of glucose (high, low, normal) are displayed on percentage. You can see the
rates of abnormal glucose value easily with comparison between “present” graph and
“last” graph that shows the results for the same length of period as “present” graph.
* In Time series graphs and Time zone graphs, abnormal value is displayed as below.
(
)
Abnormal value (low) B. fast, Lunch, Dinner → Blue chain double-dashed line (
)
Abnormal value (high) B. fast, Lunch, Dinner → Red chain double-dashed line
Abnormal value (high) Bef bed, Late N
→ Red chain single-dashed line
(
Abnormal value (low) Bef bed, Late N
→ Blue chain single-dashed line
(
)
)
Contents of <Data analysis>
[Close]
<Data analysis> is closed.
[Print] (whole/Time series/Time zone)
Click [Print (whole)], [Print (Time series)], or [Print (Time zone)] to print necessary graph.
If you have checked “Yes” for “Print preview” on <Basic information registration>, <Print
preview> is displayed before printing. Click [Print] on <Print preview> to print out.
* Histogram and circle graph cannot be printed at the same time. Select either of the
two on “Select graph to print” on the bottom-right corner of the screen.
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8.3 Meter Data Table
<Meter data table> displays Glucose data and summary for the set period.
All glucose data in the same date and time zone are displayed on <Meter data table>. You can
consult data which are not displayed on <Meter table>.
* The instruction below is a case where the unit is set to mg/dL.
● Procedure
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1.
Click [Data Display] on <Main Menu>.
2.
<Patient selection> appears. Select a patient whose data you want to refer to, then, click
[Select].
3.
<Data table> appears. Click [Meter data] on <Data table>.
4.
<Meter data table> appears. Execute necessary operations.
*You can input/change some data manually.
However, data on [Data Display] are to
correspond to data analysis. Use great care in inputting/changing data.
<Meter data table>
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* In this software, meter data displayed as “Lo” and “Hi” correspond to the following.
Meter data
Corresponding value (mg/dL)
Corresponding value (mmol/L)
Hi
600
33.3
Lo
10
0.6
Description of <Meter data table>screen
Date/Time (Impossible to input/change)
Date and time when glucose values are measured.
Time zone (Changeable)
Category of time when glucose values are measured.
To change the Time zone, click the Time zone cell and select an item from the drop-down
menu.
New Time zone will be indicated in light green cell and ”Time zone Change” mark will be
displayed.
To restore the initial Time zone setting, double-click the Time cell next to the Time zone
cell.
Before meal
Mark ”Y”: The glucose data with before meal mark is displayed “Y” automatically to the
data measured in preprandial time zones such as “before breakfast”, “before lunch” or
“before dinner”. (X-mini plus only)
Measured value (Impossible to input/change)
Glucose values which are received from the meter.
Postprandial (Changeable)
Mark to indicate “after-meal” data. If you click a column, “A” mark, “Y” mark and “C” mark
are displayed or hidden.
Mark ”A”: If you check <Postprandial time>, mark “A” will automatically be assigned to the
data measured in postprandial time zones such as “after breakfast”, “after lunch” or “after
dinner”.
Mark “C”: If you click any cell in the “Postprandial” column, mark ”C” will be indicated in
the cell.
Mark ”Y”: The glucose data with after meal mark data is displayed “Y” automatically to the
data measured in postprandial time zones such as “after breakfast”, “after lunch” or “after
dinner”. (X-mini plus only)
Elapsed time
The glucose data with clock counter mark is displayed “elapsed time” automatically.
(X-mini plus only)
Meal amount
The glucose data with meal amount mark is displayed “50%” ,“80%” or “Full” automatically.
(X-mini plus only)
After Ex.
Mark ”Y”: The glucose data with after exercise mark is displayed “Y” automatically.
(X-mini plus only)
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DEL (Changeable)
You can delete displayed data. Deleted data shows “Delete (Software)”.
If you click a DEL column, “Delete (Software)” mark is displayed or hidden.
* When a glucose value with “DEL” mark is received, “Delete” appears in a DEL column on
<Meter data table>. “Delete” mark will not disappear at click on the column.
Time zone setting (necessary)
Data assignment to each time zone and setting of after-meal categorization.
Refer to “6.2 Patient Information Registration” for detail.
Contents of <Meter data table>
[Redisplay]
Table for the period which has been set in “Display Period” is displayed. Refer to “8.1
Data table” for details.
[Close]
<Meter data table> is closed.
[Print]
You can print <Meter data table>.
If you have checked “Yes” for “Print preview” on
<Basic information registration>, <Print preview> is displayed before printing.
Click
[Print] on <Print preview> to print out.
[Meter data analysis]
<Meter data analysis> appears.
[Save (Postprandial “C”)]
Changed items on the data table are saved without saving the modification for time zone
setting.
[Save (Time zone)]
Modifications for time zone setting are saved.
[CSV file import], [CSV file export]
CSV file can be imported or exported. Refer to “10.4 How to import/export other CSV
files” for details.
5.
Meter data analysis
<Meter data analysis> enables you to analyze glucose data which are displayed in ①
Comparative <time series>, ② Comparative <time zone>, ③ Histogram, ④ Circle graph
based on data on <Meter data table>.
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<Meter data analysis>
③
①
④
②
Operations of <Meter data analysis>Screen
Each graph can be zoomed by double-click.
Double-click again to return zoomed
graph to original size.
Description of each graph
Time series graph (① in the figure)
X axis represents date and Y axis represents glucose value. You can see how daily
glucose value fluctuates on this graph.
Time zone graph (② in the figure)
X axis represents time and Y axis represents glucose value.
You can analyze
fluctuations of glucose value in each time zone.
Histogram (③ in the figure)
X axis represents glucose level and Y axis represents data count.
On this histogram, before-meal glucose data and after-meal glucose data are separately
displayed.
Circle graph (④ in the figure)
Levels of glucose (high, low, normal) are displayed on percentage. You can see the
rates of abnormal glucose values easily with comparison between “present” graph and
“last” graph that shows the results for the same length of period as “present” graph.
* In Time series graphs and Time zone graphs, abnormal value is displayed as below.
(
)
Abnormal value (low) B. fast, Lunch, Dinner → Blue chain double-dashed line (
)
Abnormal value (high) B. fast, Lunch, Dinner → Red chain double-dashed line
Abnormal value (high) Bef bed, Late N
→ Red chain single-dashed line
(
Abnormal value (low) Bef bed, Late N
→ Blue chain single-dashed line
(
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)
)
Contents of <Data analysis>
[Close]
<Data analysis> is closed.
[Print] (whole/Time series/Time zone)
Click [Print (whole)], [Print (Time series)], or [Print (Time zone)] to print necessary graph.
If you have checked “Yes” for “Print preview” on <Basic information registration>, <Print
preview> is displayed before printing. Click [Print] on <Print preview> to print out.
* Histogram and circle graph cannot be printed at the same time. Select either of the
two on “Select graph to print” on the bottom-right corner of the screen.
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8.4 Various Graphs
You can display various comparative graphs. You can compare “present” graph for “present”
period which is displayed on <Data table> and “last” graph for the same length of period as
“present” graph in “Comparative graphs <time series>”, “Comparative graphs <time zone>” and
“Comparative Histogram”. Also, you can compare data in the same day of the week in “Graphs
of each day of the week”.
* The instruction below is a case where the unit is set to mg/dL.
● Procedure ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
1.
Click [Data Display] on <Main Menu>.
2.
<Patient selection> appears. Select a patient whose data you want to refer to, then, click
[Select].
3.
<Data table> appears.
Click [Comparative graphs <time series>], [Comparative graphs
<time zone>], [Comparative Histogram] or [Graphs of each day of the week].
4.
Each comparative graph appears. Execute necessary operations.
Contents of each graph
<Comparative graphs –time series->
X axis represents date and Y axis represents glucose value in this graph. You see two
graphs: “present” graph and “last” graph that shows results for the same length of period
as “present” period. You can compare fluctuations of glucose value for a certain period
easily.
Checked time zone data are displayed as graph data points.
<Comparative graphs –time series->
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<Comparative graphs –time zone->
X axis represents time zone and Y axis represents glucose value in this graph. Graphs
of “present” period and “last” period are displayed. You can compare how glucose
value fluctuates in a day with your lifestyle. In addition, summary of each period gives
you better understanding for your glucose value condition.
You can select 4 time zones as “starting time zone” from a drop-down list.
<Comparative graphs –time zone->
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<Comparative Histogram>
X axis represents time zone and Y axis represents data count for glucose value on this
histogram. Histograms for “present” period and “last” period are displayed.
<Comparative Histogram>
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<Graphs of each day of the week>
Glucose values of each day of the week (Monday to Sunday) are displayed on this
graph. If you have a rough plan such as a day off or an exercise on certain days of the
week, you can use this graph to monitor how your glucose values differ. In addition, as
glucose values of the next morning are displayed, you can see your glucose fluctuation
while you are sleeping.
<Graphs of each day of the week>
* You can print each graph by clicking [Print].
When you want to finish the section, click [Close].
* In “Comparative graphs <time series>”, “Comparative graphs <time zone>” and “Graphs of
each day of the week”, abnormal values are displayed as below.
(
)
Abnormal value (low) B. fast, Lunch, Dinner → Blue chain double-dashed line (
)
Abnormal value (high) B. fast, Lunch, Dinner → Red chain double-dashed line
Abnormal value (high) Bef bed, Late N
→ Red chain single-dashed line
(
Abnormal value (low) Bef bed, Late N
→ Blue chain single-dashed line
(
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)
)
9. Database Setting
9.1 How to replicate database
Database in this software is very important. You are recommended to replicate it regularly in
case of damage or deletion.
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When you click [Maintenance] on <Main Menu>, <Maintenance Menu> appears.
Click
[Replicate database] on <Maintenance Menu> to display <Replicate database>.
<Replicate database>
2.
Click [Folder selection] on <Replicate database> to specify a destination folder or file name.
3.
Click [Create] to replicate. The following message appears when replication is completed,
then, click [OK].
4.
This is the end of replication of database.
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9.2 How to change location of database
When this software is shared by a number of computers, for easy management, it is better to
relocate database to a shared drive on network.
*Be sure to protect personal information when you move database to such a shared drive on
network.
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Replicate the database as “ExSMBG.MDB” in a transmission folder. Refer to “9.1 How to
replicate database” for details.
2.
When you click [Maintenance] on <Main Menu>, <Maintenance Menu> appears.
Click
[Relocate database] on <Maintenance Menu> to display <Relocate database location>.
<Relocate database location>
3.
Click [Folder selection] on <Relocate database location> to select replicated file which has
been created in procedure 1 as a transmission folder.
4.
If you click [Save], the following message appears. Click [OK]. When you quit without
saving click [Close].
5.
This is the end of relocation of database location.
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10. CSV File
10.1 What is CSV file?
CSV file is one of file formats, which can be consulted /edited using Microsoft Excel or Notepad.
You can save/import received data, manually input data or patient information in CSV file using
this software.
*Data on [CSV file] are to correspond to data analysis.
Use great care in inputting/changing data.
*Please set the delimiter for CSV file depending on your Windows decimal symbol setting as
follows.
a) If the Windows decimal symbol setting is comma (,), please use semicolon (;) as the CSV
delimiter.
b) If the Windows decimal symbol setting is period (.), please use comma (,) as the CSV
delimiter.
10.2 How to import patient information from CSV file
You can import patient information from CSV file to manage using this software. You can import
patient data which are constructed by the mission-critical system (such as receipt computer,
electronic medical chart) together and manage them in this software using this function.
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1.
Set format for import
Prior to using this function, you need to set the format as follows:
・Leave the first row blank. Start input from the second row.
・Set each patient information on every row.
・You need not to input item names such as “Patient ID” or “Patient name”. Enter only patient
information.
・Be sure to set information on “Patient ID”.
・Input other information optionally; Patient name, Memo, Date of birth, Gender, Diabetes
type (1.Type Ⅰ 2.Type Ⅱ 3.others), Serial No, Postal code, Address, Phone number, Fax
number, e-mail address, Contact person, Contact phone number, Max. glucose level, Min.
glucose level, Morning time, Day time, Evening time, Before bed time, Midnight time.
* Refer to “6.2 Patient Information Registration” for details.
* Input Diabetes type in 1, 2, 3.
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<Example of CSV file input>
Patient ID
Birthday
Patient name
Meter serial number
Gender
Address
Postal
Contact person
2.
Confirm that the form is set correctly. Then, save the file in CSV format.
3.
Import of patient information.
When you click [Maintenance] on <Main Menu>, <Maintenance Menu> appears.
Click [CSV patient data import] on <Maintenance Menu>.
4.
Click [Read] after <CSV patient data import> appears. Select a file which contains patient
data in the order; drive, folder, file. Then, click [Open] to read data.
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5.
Patient information appears. The information set in the rows and columns in “procedure 1”
has been switched with each other at this time.
<CSV patient data import>
6.
When you click [Item selection], a drop-down menu list appears in the column at left end to
set each item. Apply each of information which you input to items of patient information to
be used in this software from the list.
<CSV patient data import>
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7.
Click [Save] to save patient information.
8.
Confirm whether or not patient information is imported from CSV file correctly on <Patient
information registration>. Add more information, if necessary.
*In case the same patient ID or the same serial No. has already been registered, patient
information cannot be imported. Make sure no patient IDs or serial numbers are
overlapped between patient information in CSV file and patient information already
registered.
10.3 How to import/export patient glucose data from/to CSV file
You can import specific patients’ glucose data from CSV file or export the data to CSV file.
*Caution: If you import data of the same date which have already been in this software, the
existing data of the day are overwritten.
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When you click [Maintenance] on <Main Menu>, <Maintenance Menu> appears.
Click
[Patient information registration] on <Maintenance Manu> to display <Patient information
registration>.
2.
Select patient whose data you want to import/export in CSV file format. Then, click [CSV
file (glucose data) import or export].
3.
Click [Import] or [Export].
<CSV file (glucose data) import or export>
4.
When you import CSV file, select CSV file, then, click [Open]. When you save CSV file,
enter the file name, then, click [Save].
5.
Confirm that CSV file is imported correctly on <Data table> or exported correctly.
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10.4 How to import/export other CSV files
You can also import/export CSV file from/to <Received data display>, <Data table>, <Meter data
table>.
*Caution: If you import data of the same data which have already been in this software, the
existing data of the day are overwritten.
CSV file export to <Received data display>
You can export only glucose data, which are received from a meter to CSV file.
* CSV file on <Received data display> is for export only. Note that you can not import it to
this software.
1.
Receive data from a meter referring to “7. Data Reception”.
2.
Click [CSV file export] on <Received data display> to display <Save as>
3.
Specify the destination folder and the folder name, click [Save].
The following
message appears. Click [OK].
4.
Confirm that the file is exported properly.
CSV file export from <Data table>, <Meter data table>
You can export data for the period displayed on <Data table>, <Meter data table> in CSV
file.
1.
Click [Data display] on <Main Menu>.
2.
<Patient selection> appears. Select a patient whose data you want to refer to, then
click [Select] to display <Data table>.
3.
Click [CSV file export] on <Data table>.
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4.
Click [CSV file export] on <Data table> to export CSV file on <Data table>.
Or click [Meter data] on <Data table>, then click [CSV file export] to export CSV file on
<Meter data table>.
5.
<Save as> appears. Input file name and click [save].
6.
The following message appears. Click [OK].
7.
Confirm that the file is exported properly.
*The following data is saved at the CSV file.
<Meter data table>
Items
Date
Measurement time
Glu Value
Mark
Postprandial
HYPO
Before meal
Description
Date assigned by this software according to a time zone when
this software saved received measurement data.
Time when a measurement is performed.
Blood glucose value data received from the meter.
Mark assigned to measured values.
(0:No mark, 1:Control, 2:Delete, 3:Abnormal temperature,
9:DEL)
Mark for postprandial measurement data.
“A”, “C” or “Y” is indicated in the “Postprandial” column of
postprandial measurement data.
Mark for hypoglycemia measurement data.
“Y” is indicated in the "Measured value” column of hypoglycemia
measurement data. (X-mini plus only)
Mark for before meal measurement data.
“Y” is indicated in the “Before meal” column of before meal
measurement data. (X-mini plus only)
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Elapsed time after a meal
Meal amount
After Ex.
<Data table>
Items
Date 2
Glu Value Bef B.fast
Glu Value Aft B.fast
Glu Value Bef Lunch
Glu Value Aft Lunch
Glu Value Bef Dinner
Glu Value Aft Dinner
Glu Value Bef bed
Glu Value Late N
Measurement time Bef B.fast
Measurement time Aft B.fast
Measurement time Bef Lunch
Measurement time Aft Lunch
Measurement time Bef Dinner
Measurement time Aft Dinner
Measurement time Bef bed
Measurement time Late N
Insulin B.fast
Insulin Lunch
Insulin Dinner
Insulin Bef bed
Meal B.fast Dose
Meal Lunch Dose
Meal Dinner Dose
Ex Dose
Weight
Dr.’s Comment
Mark for elapsed time after a meal measurement data.
“Elapsed time (1 to 180)" is indicated in the “Elapsed time”
column of clock counter measurement data. (X-mini plus only)
Mark for meal amount measurement data.
“50%”, “80%” or “Full” is indicated in the “Meal amount” column
of meal amount measurement data. (X-mini plus only)
Mark for after exercise measurement data.
“Y” is indicated in the “After Ex.” column of after exercise
measurement data. (X-mini plus only)
Description
Date assigned by this software according to a time zone.
Blood glucose value measured during the time zone of
“before breakfast”.
Blood glucose value measured during the time zone of
“after breakfast”.
Blood glucose value measured during the time zone of
“before lunch”.
Blood glucose value measured during the time zone of
“after lunch”.
Blood glucose value measured during the time zone of
“before dinner”.
Blood glucose value measured during the time zone of
“after dinner”.
Blood glucose value measured during the time zone of
“before bed”.
Blood glucose value measured during the time zone of
“late night”.
Time when blood glucose value is measured during the
time zone of “before breakfast”.
Time when blood glucose value is measured during the
time zone of “after breakfast”.
Time when blood glucose value is measured during the
time zone of “before lunch”.
Time when blood glucose value is measured during the
time zone of “after lunch”.
Time when blood glucose value is measured during the
time zone of “before dinner”.
Time when blood glucose value is measured during the
time zone of “after dinner”.
Time when blood glucose value is measured during the
time zone of “before bed”.
Time when blood glucose value is measured during the
time zone of “late night”.
Amount of insulin given in the morning.
Amount of insulin given in the afternoon.
Amount of insulin given in the evening.
Amount of insulin given in the bedtime.
Intake of food in the morning.
Intake of food in the lunch.
Intake of food in the dinner.
Amount of exercise for the day.
Weight(Body weight)
Comments entered by the doctor.
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CSV file import to <Data table>, <Meter data table>
You can import data to <Data table>, <Meter data table>.
* CSV files imported to each display have no compatibility. Import CSV file from the same
display where CSV file is exported.
1.
Click [Data display] on <Main Menu>, and <Patient selection> will appear. Select a
patient whose data you want to refer to, then, click <Select> to display <Data table>.
2.
Click [CSV file import] on <Data table> to import CSV file on <Data table>.
Or click [Meter data] on <Data table>, then click [CSV file import] to import CSV file on
<Meter data table>.
3.
<Open> appears. Select drive, folder and file where CSV file exists, then click [open].
4.
The following message appears. When you import, click [Yes].
5.
The following message appears. Click [OK].
6.
Confirm that the file is imported properly.
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11. Others
11.1 How to manage data other than glucose value
You can create tables/graphs as you like (up to 10 data) by inputting data manually on this
software.
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1.
Click [Data Display] on <Main Manu>.
2.
<Patient selection> appears. Select a patient whose data you want to refer to, then, click
[Select] to display <Data table>.
3.
When you click [other data] on <Data table>, <Other data input and reference> appears.
4.
Input data information in ① below, then, click [Save information].
<Other data input and reference>
①
Contents of data information
Data name: (necessary)
Input data name.
Unit: (necessary)
Input unit.
Max val/Min val: (necessary)
Set maximum value and minimum value of the graph.
Ave. line
When you click the checkbox, average line appears on the graph.
Trend line
When you click the checkbox, trend line appears on the graph.
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5.
When you click [Add data], a row is added to the table ② below.
Input “date” and
“Measured value”. Click [Save data] to display input data on the graph ③.
<Other data input and reference>
②
③
Contents of <Other data input and reference>
Date: (necessary)
* Do NOT input a day of the week.
Ex.) May 1, 2004 → 05/01/2004
Measured values: (necessary)
Input measured value.
Remarks
Write down comments if necessary.
Other buttons on <Other data input and reference>
[Redisplay]
Selected “Period” is reflected. When you click [Redisplay] without clicking [Save data],
added/changed data are deleted. Make sure to save data before clicking [Redisplay].
[Add data]
Rows are added to the table.
[Delete data]
Clicked rows are deleted.
[Save data]
Input data are saved and reflected to the graph.
You can switch data with the tab above on the screen. (You can save up to 10 kinds of
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11.2 How to clear measured data in meter
You can delete all measured values which are saved in the meter.
* Confirm the data before deletion because deleted data can not be restored.
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1.
When you click [Maintenance] on <Main Menu>, <Maintenance Menu> appears.
Click [Meter clear] on < Maintenance Menu > to display <Meter data clear>.
2.
Click [Data Clear], then, connect a meter.
3.
The following message appears. Click [OK].
4.
Disconnect the cable, then, turn off the power.
* Disconnect the cable after data deletion is finished so that the transmission may not start
again.
11.3 Printer Setting
You can select a printer to be used with this software.
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When you click [Maintenance] on <Main Menu>, <Maintenance Menu> appears.
Click [Printer setting] on <Maintenance Menu> to display <Select printer>.
<Select printer>
2.
Right after this program is installed in your computer, a printer you regularly use has been
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set. When you change printer to use, select another printer, then click [Save].
3.
The following message appears. Click [OK].
4.
This is the end of printer setting.
11.4 Screen Lock
Selecting [Screen Lock] disables you to execute any other operations than data reception with
every operation button disappearing from <Main Menu>. To retrieve other operations, press
[Screen Unlock].
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Click [Screen Lock] on <Main Manu>.
<Main Menu>
2.
The following message appears. Every operation is locked unless you unlock the screen.
(When you set “Lock at the time of start-up” in <Basic information registration>, the following
message appears on startup of this software.)
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<Screen Lock Display>
3.
When you want to unlock, click [Screen Unlock] in the lower right corner of the screen.
4.
<Password input> appears. Input the password which has been set in [Basic information
registration], then, click [OK]. “Screen Lock” will be unlocked, <Main Menu> appears.
<Password input>
*if you have not set the password, click [OK] without input. “Screen Lock” is unlocked.
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11.5 Print Preview
When you have selected “Yes” of “Print preview” on <Basic information registration>, <Print
preview> appears by clicking [Print] on each screen.
<Print preview>
● [Printer to be used]
The name of the printer to be used is displayed.
● [Print]
Press this button to have the contents displayed on <Print preview> printed.
● [Create PDF file]
Press this button to save preview in PDF file which can be read by Acrobat Reader.
● [Close]
Press this button to close <Print preview>.
●
Press this button to zoom <Print preview>.
●
Press this button for printer setting.
* Press [Create PDF file] button to create PDF file.
* If you choose “Acrobat Distiller” for “printer to be used” and click [Print], failures may
occur in created PDF file.
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11.6 About HL 7
On this software, data received from a meter is also saved in HL7 format file. Refer to “7.Data
Reception” for details on data reception.
*For details on HL7 format file, please refer to Japanese Association of Healthcare Information
Systems Industry (JAHIS) regulations on clinical testing data exchange
HL file will be saved as “ddmmyyyyhhnnss-<Patient ID>.txt” in [Save Data] in a folder where this
software has been installed.
* Date and time will appear in the place of ddmmyyyyhhnnss.
11.7 Uninstallation
This chapter explains how to uninstall this software. Even you uninstall this software, database
is not deleted.
For deletion of database, go to [My Computer], then delete database in install folder.
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2.
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Click [Start] button and select [Setting] → [Control Panel] to display control panel window
Double-click the following icon on [Control Panel] window.
Windows Vista, 7 :
“Uninstall a program”
WindowsXP :
”Add or Remove Programs”
Other :
”Add/Remove Programs”
3.
Select [MEQNET SMBG Viewer Version for GLUCOCARD X Series], then, click [Remove].
4.
The following message appears. Click [Yes], then, perform uninstallation. This software is
uninstalled from your computer.
*Procedure 5, 6, 7 should be performed only when you delete database too.
Basic information, patient information and all saved data will be deleted with deletion of database.
When you want to upgrade or reinstall this software, DO NOT delete database.
5.
After you finish uninstallation of this software, delete database. Move from [My Computer]
on desktop to the folder where this software has been installed.
6.
Delete the folder [MEQNET SMBG Viewer for GLUCOCARD X-METER].
* In case you changed the location of database, delete the relocated database too.
7.
This is the end of uninstallation and database deletion of this software.
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