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10-11-2020 | Mobile technology | News

Text intervention alone insufficient to sustain type 2 diabetes improvements

A tailored text messaging intervention might help lower glycated hemoglobin levels in people with type 2 diabetes in the short-term, but additional support may be needed for sustained improvements, US study data show.

20-02-2020 | Mobile technology | News

Mobile access to online self-management tools may improve diabetes care

People with diabetes who access an online self-management portal through mobile devices have better medication adherence and glycemic control than those with computer-only or no access to the portal, researchers report.

18-04-2019 | Mobile technology | News

Study highlights ‘immaturity’ of diabetes self-management apps

A large proportion of mobile apps for self-management of blood glucose do not provide real-time decision support for users with type 2 diabetes, researchers report.

28-02-2019 | Mobile technology | News

Engagement with mobile health intervention linked to improved glycemic control

Responsiveness to text message reminders about blood glucose monitoring is associated with glycemic benefit among adolescents with type 1 diabetes, study findings indicate.

19-02-2019 | Diabetic foot ulcers | News

Smartphone-based infrared camera accurately detects diabetic foot ulcers

A low-cost, smartphone-based infrared (IR) camera works as well as a high-end version for the detection of diabetic foot ulcers (DFU), study findings indicate.

05-07-2018 | Mobile technology | News

Automatic insulin titration improves glycemic control in type 2 diabetes

Insulin-dependent patients with type 2 diabetes using the d-Nav® system improve their glycemic control over and above that achieved with intensive healthcare professional support, research shows.

22-05-2018 | Diabetes self-management | Highlight | News

Text message service helps support adults with diabetes self-care

A diabetes self-management support system delivered by text message may help patients to improve their glycemic control, shows a study in The BMJ.

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