Four steps to improve glycemic control - Our offer
Diabetes care is based on a strict diet, taking of drugs or on insulin application or a combination of these three possibilities.
In order to control glycemia blood glucose will be measured. Conventionally this will be done by fingerstick readings- result is one blood glucose value. If this values is within the normal range (e.g. between 3.9 and 8.3 mmol/l), the diabetes seems to be well controlled.
But this is not corrrect! - A day consists of 1440 minutes, one blood glucose value represents only a short moment (one minute is only 0,07 % of a day) and also 10 fingerstick readings summarizing 0,7 %.
We generate for you a patient-specific, characteristic 24-h glucose profile, the CTP. Like an individual DNA finger-print, the CTP represents an individual indicator of the patients metabolic control.
We analyse "weak points" of your actual glycemic control, perform tests of recommendations to improve the blood glucose profile using the KADIS®-system and compile all results to the KADIS®-report. This can be used by you and your practitioner to overcome the identified "weak points".