Can’t remember when or how much you last dosed? – Don’t worry. RapidCalc avoids dose stacking by keeping track of your bolus doses and factoring in Insulin On Board when calculating a suggested dose.
RapidCalc supports up to 6 different target blood glucose levels, correction factors and carbohydrate ratios for different times of day and automatically selects the appropriate values when calculating a suggested dose.
Unique slide-and-tap controls let you enter your blood glucose and carbohydrate values quickly and easily. Simply drag the slider close to your value and then tap on the slider rail to make fine adjustments. As you adjust your values RapidCalc instantly recalculates suggested meal and correction bolus doses.
RapidCalc also makes it easy to record your background insulin doses and supports up to three pre-set doses with optional reminders.
RapidCalc delivers many of the benefits normally associated with an insulin pump and indeed users describe it as being like “pumping without a pump”. Using RapidCalc along with correct basal insulin dosing it is possible to achieve control similar to that of a well set up pump.
Integrated dose adjustment for exercise based on intensity and duration as well as compensation for recent hypos or alcohol.
RapidCalc effectively replaces your log book, providing a full 90-day history of blood glucose readings, insulin doses and carbohydrate intake which can be exported via email for archive or analysis. Built-in charts and summary statistics help you assess your blood glucose control, identify trends and even estimate your HbA1c based on your average results.
After initial setup under the guidance of your healthcare professional, RapidCalc will always be at hand: quick, reliable and discrete, whenever and wherever you need it. No Wifi or 3G signal required.
RapidCalc is intended for guidance only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Always discuss use of the calculator with your health care professional and only use personal settings agreed with them. If you are in any doubt as to the correct insulin dose always follow the advice of your healthcare professional.
*Currently only available for Apple iPhone/iPad
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