Logbook Manual

Logbook Manual
Logbook Manual
Version: 3.30_iOS - 24/02/2017
1 Getting started
1.1 Key features
Quick and easy data entry.
Smart search.
Neat and clear graphs.
Handy photo function (multiple pics per entry).
Exciting challenges.
Multiple report formats PDF, CSV, Excel (PDF and Excel
only in mySugr Pro).
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Smile-inducing feedback.
Practical glucose reminders.
Social sharing functions.
Fast multi-device sync (mySugr Pro).
1.2 Installation
Open the App Store on your iOS device and search for
“mySugr Logbook”. Click on the icon to see the details, then
press “Get” and then “Install” to start the installation process.
You may be asked for your App Store password; once
entered mySugr Logbook will begin to download and install.
Open the Play Store on your Android device and search for
“mySugr Logbook”. Click on the icon to see the details, then
press “Install” to start the installation process. You will be
asked to accept the download conditions by Google. After
that mySugr Logbook will begin to download and install.
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To use mySugr Logbook you have to create an account.
This is necessary in order to export your data later.
1.3 Home
The two most commonly used features are the Magnifying
Glass, used to search for entries (mySugr Pro), and the
Plus Sign, used to make a new entry.
Below the graph you'll see statistics for the current day:
Average BG
BG Deviation
Hypos and Hypers
Below those you can find fields with information about units
of insulin, carbohydrates, and more. These fields are
arranged according to their order on the new entry screen.
Under the graph you see tiles that contain:
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blood glucose average (that day)
blood glucose deviation (that day)
number of hypers and hypos (that day)
Insulin ratio (that day)
bolus or mealtime insulin taken (that day)
amount of carbohydrates eaten (that day)
duration of activity (that day)
pills (that day)
weight (that day)
blood pressure (that day)
1.4 Explanation of terms, icons and colors
1. Tapping on the Magnifying Glass icon on your dashboard
allows you to search for entries, tags, locations, etc.
2. Tapping on the Plus Sign allows you to add an entry.
The colors of the elements on the dashboard (3) and the
monster (2) actively react to your glucose levels of the
current day. The color of the graph adapts to the time of day
(1).
Each tag in the new entry screen describes a situation,
scenario, some context, a mood, or an emotion. There is a
text description of each tag directly below each icon.
1. Red: Blood glucose not in target range
2. Green: Blood glucose in target range
3. Orange: Blood glucose is not great but ok
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The colors used in variable areas of Logbook are as
described above, based on target ranges provided by the
user in the settings screen.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Blood glucose, weight, blood pressure, HbA1c, Ketone
Insulin
Pills
Food
Activity
Within the app you see a variety of tiles. There are five
different shapes representing five catagories.
1.5 Profile
Use the side menu to access your profile, settings, and
more!
Change your personal, therapy and application settings. If
you wish, you can enter more specific details about you,
your diabetes type, and your diabetes diagnosis date.
Change password at the bottom if needed.
Enter your name, email address, gender and date of birth. If
you need to change your email address in the future, here is
where it happens. You can also change your password or
log out. Last but not least, you can give your diabetes
monster a name! Go ahead, be creative!
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mySugr needs to know some details about your diabetes
management in order to function properly. For example, your
blood glucose units (mg/dl or mmol/l), how you measure your
carbohydrates, and how you deliver your insulin (pump,
pen/syringes, or no insulin). If you use an insulin pump, you
can enter your basal rates, decide if you'd like them
displayed on the graphs, and if you want them displayed in
30-minute increments. If you take any oral medications
(pills), you can enter the names of them here so they are
available to select when creating a new entry. If desired, you
can also enter many other details (age, type of diabetes,
target BG ranges, target weight, etc.). You can even enter
details about your diabetes devices. If you can't find your
specific device, just leave it blank for now – but please let us
know so we can get it added to the list.
Total basal insulin for the 24-hour period is shown in the
upper right hand corner. Tap the green check mark (upper
right corner) to save your basal rates or the “x” (upper left
corner) to cancel and return to the settings screen.
Define your diabetes devices and meds here. Don't see your
device or med on the list? Don't worry, you can skip it – but
please let us know so we can add it. Flip the appropriate
switch to decide if you want sound on or off, if you want
photos enhanced with an awesome filter or not, if you want
information synced with Apple Health/Google Fit, and if you
want to receive a weekly email report and/or newsletter. You
can also switch the estimated HbA1c on and off and change
the settings of the Bolus-Calculator (if available in your
country).
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2 Entries
2.1 Add an entry
Open mySugr Logbook.
Tap on the plus sign.
Change date, time & location if needed.
Take a picture of your food.
Enter blood glucose, carbs, nutrition, insulin details, pills,
activity, weight, blood pressure, HbA1c, ketones and notes.
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Select tags.
Tap on the reminder icon to get reminder menu. Move the
slider to the desired time.
Save entry.
You did it!
2.2 Edit an entry
Tap on the entry you‘d like to edit or slide to the right and
click edit.
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Edit entry.
Tap the green check to save the changes or tap the "x“ to
cancel and go back.
2.3 Delete an entry
Tap on the entry you‘d like to delete or swipe to the right and
delete the entry.
Delete entry.
2.4 Search an entry
Tap on the magnifying glass.
Use filter to receive appropriate search results.
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2.5 Logbook
Scroll up and down on your entries or tap and drag the graph
left and right to navigate
Add or search entries by tapping the appropriate icon.
3 Earn points
3.1
You get points for each action you take to care for yourself,
and the goal is to fill that bar with points each and every day.
How many points do I get?
1 Point: Tags, more pics, pills, notes, meal tags
2 Points: blood glucose, meal entry, location, bolus (pump)
/ insulin short acting (pen/syringe), description of meal,
temp basal (pump) / insulin long acting (pen/syringe), blood
pressure, weight, ketones
3 Points: first pic, activity, activity description, HbA1c
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Get 50 points per day and tame your monster!
4 Estimated HbA1c
4.1
The top right of the graph displays your estimated HbA1c –
assuming you’ve logged enough blood glucose values (more
on that, next). Note: this value is only an estimate and is
based on your logged blood glucose levels. This result can
deviate from laboratory results.
HbA1c - what's behind this important test
In order to calculate an estimated HbA1c, mySugr Logbook
needs an average of 3 BG values per day for a period of 7
days, minimum. Enter more values for a more accurate
estimate.
The maximum calculation period is 90 days.
5 Coaching
5.1 First Steps
You can find Coaching in the side-menu.
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Complete the assessment forms (4 pages). Press next to
continue. Press finish to send your first message to your
coach.
Tap on the send icon to send your message.
Tap on 'buy now' to go to the payment screen.
5.2 Messaging
Sending a message.
Tap to collapse or expand messages. Badges indicate
unread messages.
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5.3 Cancel coaching
Go to the side-menu and from there to the settings. You can
manage your subscriptions there.
6 Challenges
6.1
Challenges are found via the side menu.
Challenges are usually oriented towards achieving goals
related to better overall health or diabetes management,
such as checking your blood sugar more often or getting
more exercise.
7 Import data
7.1 Hardware
Please be sure that your meter is properly connected to your
smartphone. Go to the Bluetooth settings on your
smartphone, turn on your meter, and wait until the two
devices have paired. If you are using the Beurer GL50 Evo
please go into the meter memory to activate Bluetooth.
Select "Supported Devices" from the menu.
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Select your device from the list.
Click "Enable" and follow the instructions displayed in
mySugr Logbook.
Following the successful activation of your meter, your BG
values are automatically synchronized with mySugr
Logbook. The synchronization happens every time you
connect the device to your smartphone with mySugr
Logbook open. ATTENTION: The blood glucose units of
measurement (mg/dL or mmol/L) must be identical in the
blood glucose meter and in the settings of mySugr Logbook.
Otherwise, data synchronization is not possible. If the
settings do not match they must be adjusted in mySugr
Logbook to perform data synchronization from the device.
When duplicates are detected (for example, a reading in the
meter memory that was also manually entered into mySugr
Logbook) they are automatically merged.
After all data has been imported you can perform a live
measurement. Go to the dashboard in mySugr Logbook and
then insert a test strip into your meter.
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7.2 Import CGM Data
7.2.1 Import CGM Data via CSV or TXT into mySugr
Logbook
Using a computer, login to your mySugr account at
https://hello.mysugr.com and find “Importer” in the side
menu. Drag the .csv file from your CGM program into the
upload area. The mySugr monsters will crunch the data and
load it into your account. It should only take a moment or
two. Once it’s complete, start mySugr Logbook on your
smartphone. Your CGM data will appear in the graph as
soon as the synchronization is finished.
7.2.2 Import CGM via Apple Health (iOS only)
Make sure that Apple Health is enabled in the Logbook
settings and make sure that sharing for blood glucose is
enabled in the Apple Health settings. Open mySugr Logbook
and the CGM data will appear in the graph. *Note for
Dexcom: The Health app will display the Sharer’s glucose
information with a three-hour delay. It will not display real
time glucose information.
7.2.3 Hide CGM Data
Double tap on the graph to open an overlay control panel
where you can enable or disable visibility of CGM data in
your graph.
8 Export data
8.1
Select “Reports” from the side menu.
Change file format & period if needed (mySugr Pro) and tap
“Export”. Once on your screen, tap the button in the upper
right (lower left since iOS 10) to access the options for
sending and saving.
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9 Apple Health/Google Fit
9.1
You can activate Apple Health in your profile under
'Settings'. Google Fit can be activated in the side-menu
With Apple Health you can share data between mySugr and
other health apps.
10 Analysis
10.1
Swipe the daily overview to the left to get to analysis mode.
You'll get to the overview of the last 7 days. Swipe to the left
again and enter the 14-day overview.
The dots show you where you are. Swipe left again and
you'll get to your monthly overview and you'll even be able to
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see your quarterly overview!
Scroll down to see the graphs displaying past data!
The blue area shows your average amount of daily logs,
your total amount of logs and how many points you've
already collected.
11 Miscellaneous
11.1 Uninstall
iOS
Tap and hold the icon until it starts to shake. Tap the small
"x" that appears in the upper corner. A message will appear
asking you to confirm (by pressing "Delete") or cancel (by
pressing "Cancel").
Android
In the Settings of your Android phone look for Apps, find
mySugr Logbook in the list and tap "Uninstall." That's it!
11.2 Warnings
11.2.1 mySugr Logbook cannot be used everywhere
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mySugr Logbook can generally be used anywhere it is
possible to use a smartphone. There’s a clear advantage in
that you can enter and access your diabetes data almost
anywhere and almost immediately. However, there are some
exceptions. mySugr Logbook may not be used in places
where the use of a mobile phone is prohibited. These places
may include, but are not limited to, for example, certain
areas in hospitals, in an aircraft, in a car if you are driving,
and wherever else the use of a smartphone is prohibited or
advised against.
11.2.2 Limited Use
mySugr Logbook should not be used by persons who, due to
lack of mental capacity, lack of technical understanding, or
lack of medical understanding, are not able to properly
manage or treat diabetes, or who generally have difficulty
with the operation of a smartphone.
11.2.3 mySugr Logbook does not replace a visit to your
doctor
mySugr Logbook is a registered medical device and is used
to support the treatment of diabetes. But the app cannot
replace a visit to your doctor nor a regular review of the longterm blood glucose value (HbA1c). You must continue to
independently manage your blood sugar. mySugr Logbook
does not assume nor manage the independent release of
insulin. In addition, mySugr Logbook is not automatically
synchronized with most blood glucose meters.
11.3 Troubleshooting / Support
If you have questions about mySugr Logbook, need help
with the app, or have noticed a mistake or problem, please
contact us immediately at support@mysugr.com, or by
telephone at +1 (855) 337-7847 (US toll-free), +44 800-0119897 (UK toll-free), or +43 720 884555 (Austria).
11.4 Data Security
Your data is safe with us - this is very important to us (we’re
users of mySugr Logbook, too). mySugr Logbook is a
registered medical device. It is certified, carries the CE
marking (Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC) and is
registered with the FDA. As such, it is required to meet the
highest of data security and reliability standards. All medical
data is stored exclusively on Amazon sourced servers based
in Europe and the United States.
11.5 About the manufacturer
mySugr GmbH
Schottenfeldgasse 69/3.1
A-1070 Vienna, Austria
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Telephone: +1 (855) 337-7847 (US toll-free), +44 800-0119897 (UK toll-free), or +43 720 884555 (Austria)
E-Mail: support@mysugr.com
CEO: Frank Westermann
Company Registration Number: FN 376086 v
Jurisdiction: Commercial Court of Vienna, Austria
UID-Nummer: ATU67061939
User's Manual Version 45 (en), 2017-02-22
11.6 Who is mySugr Logbook for and what is our goal?
mySugr Logbook was tailor-made for people with diabetes
who:
have type 1, type 2, gestational diabetes or other types of
diabetes
are older than 18 years old
are proficient with digital technology
own an iOS device with iOS 9.3 or higher
own an Android smartphone with Android 4.3 or higher
can get online regularly with the device
have an active account in the Apple App Store or Google
Play Store and know how to download apps
own a credit card or are able to use another payment
method accepted in the Apple App Store or Google Play
Store
home application
mySugr Logbook wants to make your daily diabetes
management easier and optimize your overall diabetes
therapy. But this is only possible if you take an active and
intense role in your care, specifically around entering
information into the app. In order to keep you motivated and
interested, we've added some fun elements into mySugr
Logbook. It’s important to enter as much information as
possible and to be completely honest with yourself. This is
the only way to benefit from recording your information.
Entering false or corrupted data does not help you.
mySugr Logbook key features:
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Lightning-quick data entry
Personalized logging screen
Detailed analysis of your day
Handy photo functions (multiple pics per entry)
Exciting challenges
Multiple report formats (PDF, CSV, Excel)
Clear graphs
Practical glucose reminders
Social sharing
Beurer GL 50 evo Integration (Germany & Italy Only)
Accu-Chek Aviva/Performa Connect
Fast multi-device sync
registered medical device
Apple Health Integration
Secure data backup
11.7 What devices does mySugr Logbook work on?
mySugr Logbook can be used on any iOS device with iOS
9.3 or higher. It is also available on most Android
smartphones with Android 4.3 or higher.
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