How interested are you in using a Web-based tool to analyze blood sugar data?
I am very interested 58% 377 I am somewhat interested 25% 168 I am not interested because I don't trust the Internet with my medical data 3% 24 I am not interested because I'm happy with what I use now 6% 41 I am not interested for other reasons 2% 16 I don't know 3% 23
How interested are you in using a Web-based tool to analyze blood sugar data?Poll dates: September 3 - 10, 2000
Total Votes: 649
With blood glucose meters having memories capable of storing a hundred or more glucose values and interfacing to a computer, you now have the ability to analyze blood glucose readings using sophisticated software tools. Graphs help you see patterns in blood sugars that might not otherwise be apparent, and statistical analysis produces reports that can help predict your next HbA1c measurement. The goal for all these tools is to help you achieve tighter blood glucose control.
There are many software packages that can help you computerize your meter, and there are now a number of companies offering web-based analysis tools. Based on this poll, 83% of our readers are at least somewhat interested in using a web-based tool to help them analyze their blood glucose data.[Return to the current poll]
Last Updated: Wednesday March 16, 2005 16:36:38
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