This view allows you to access the data of the day in question. By default, the last day with data is displayed. You are able to toggle to the day you want to view by clicking on ← / →.
You can view the data on a fixed or sliding 24h period. To do this, simply hold the cursor and scroll until the desired period comes into view.
You can go back to a specific day to add a note so that glycemic variations can be better understood.
The Glucose and Event Chart:
On this chart, you are able to view all CGM measurements as well as capillary glucose, physical activities, a setting change or a change of cartridge.
You are able to quickly view the glucose range values using the color-coding that is a part of the chart. These ranges are included in the statistical data:
- Red levels: hypoglycemia
- Green level: normoglycemia
- Yellow levels: hyperglycemia.
The darker the shading of each color, the more critically significant it is.
The DBL medical device retrieves this data from CGM every 5 minutes. You are able to view CGM values by placing your cursor on one of the points of the chart.
You are able to view the details of events and glucose measurements by placing the cursor on the particular event, including the following:
- glucose value and the time it was measured
- blood glucose value and the calibration hour,
- physical activity, including its duration, intensity and start time,
- DBL settings, indicating when the settings were changed as well as the old and new value,
- change of injection site specifying when it took place,
- when zen mode was activated.
- confidential mode, which is represented by a padlock and is visible on the other charts in the Daily view.
Bolus and Carbohydrate Chart:
This chart displays all boluses administered and carbohydrates reported.
The histograms provide information on the amount of insulin administered throughout the day as:
- meal bolus,
- micro-boluses (sent by loop mode)
- pump or externally administered manual boluses.
The type of bolus is identified by color but also by the details provided by the tooltip. For each bolus, the tooltip indicates the:
type of bolus:
- standard or biphasic (for meal boluses)
- standard or external (for manual boluses)
amount of insulin:
- undelivered if bolus delivery was interrupted
- modified if the patient overrode the recommendation
- actually delivered.
Carbohydrates are represented by dots:
- A green dot denotes carbohydrates consumed during meals. By placing your cursor on the dot, you are able to view the carbohydrate quantity reported, the time they were reported and whether the high fat meal option has been selected.
- A red dot denotes glucose intake to address a hypoglycemic event (rescue carbs). The tooltip informs you of the carbohydrate quantity recommended by the system and what was actually ingested (confirmed) by the patient.
Basal Insulin Chart:
This chart shows all the basal rates recorded throughout the day. When loop mode is activated (ON), the histogram is greenish-blue. When loop mode is deactivated (OFF), it is grey.
When loop mode is ON, you may potentially see variations of the basal rate at 5-min intervals if loop mode has determined this is necessary. However, when loop mode is OFF, the basal rate is set within the ranges of the safety basal rate that was established when the DBL medical device was initialized.
Using the note function:
By clicking on the note icon, you are able to insert a note explaining a particular event.
Patient: E.g., you observe hyperglycemia following a fever spike. These notes are visible in a timeline above the different charts.
This will allow you to add information not recorded by the DBL medical device.
Healthcare providers and caregivers: You will be able to create notes.
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