We did a lot of work in the past two years and today, we can proudly say that we managed to finish an app that will be helpful for diabetic community . We only just started, but we made an effort to achieve our vision: to make a simple and free app for smartphones. Download […]
This is a story about how an insulin pump, a sensor that constantly measures blood sugar values, an Intel Edison minicomputer with a Linux operating system and free programs written by patients themselves.
I realised that it’s unpleasant to write a review on a system worth around 5000 USD. It is much easier to write about for ex. a sensor, because if you’re not satisfied – you spent much less then you would for a pump, and you can easily sell sensors you don’t want to use anymore. […]
To explain something good about diabetes to an adult is a form of art, and it is much more difficult to explain it to a child. Are children with diabetes interested in long-term health complications with which they could have problems if they aren’t careful enough? Not at all. Different types of rules are applicable […]
How do I write what an OpenAPS system is without being “too technical”? Hard, but I'll try. To begin with, I will quote the OpenAPS documentation: "Any person choosing to use these tools is solely responsible for testing and implementing these tools independently or together as a system."