Diabetes Technology Diabetes technology implies the use of the latest devices, hardware, and software for people with diabetes to manage blood glucose levels, prevent diabetes complications, reduce the burden of living with diabetes, and improve the quality of life. Diabetes technology can be applied successfully for blood glucose monitoring and insulin delivery.
Painless Glucose Monitoring The FreeStyle Libre pro-14-day sensor is painless to apply and easy to wear. It is water-resistant so you can swim, shower, or exercise. With the FreeStyle Libre 14 day system, glucose levels are tracked continuously, So that you can see patterns and trends that can help you better manage your diabetes. The daily patterns graph shows the pattern and variability of your sensor glucose over a typical day.
Time in Range Time-in-Range” (TIR) is the percentage of time that a person spends with their blood glucose levels in a target range. The range varies from person to person, but most of the guidelines suggest a range of 70 to 180 mg/dl. Two patients with the same HbA1c can have different time in range variations. People living with diabetes experience different energy levels, moods, and overall quality of life when they are “in-range” and “out-of-range.” Time-in-range can capture these differences in a way HbA1c cannot