Blog for parents of kids with diabetes who fancy tinkering with Technology


Smart watches. How to have your blood sugar always at hand.

In my aim of helping you get your children’s blood glucose information both on the watch they wear and on yours, I am going to compile in this article the information I have found on how to connect your smart watch to Nightscout and be able to Check your daughter’s blood glucose simply by turning…

Microsoft Power BI. Analyze your glucose data and make data-driven decisions

Microsoft Power BI. Analyze your glucose data and make data-driven decisions (English translation of the article in Spanish: «Microsoft Power BI. Analiza, obtén conclusiones y toma decisiones basadas en los datos de tus glucemias.») Thinking these days about everything I have managed to do thanks to technology, I think the basis of all this is that,…

XDrip. The most famous Open Source App used by the Nightscout community

Through this article you will learn how to connect the patched App that sends these measurements continuously to XDrip. At this moment XDRip is going to become an «Uploader» of the Nightscout ecosystem, allowing to visualize the glucose readings continuously in the App itself and send them to Nightscout at the same time. In Nigthscout…

The Patched App. We solve the mystery of how to create it!

A few months ago, when I started looking for technological solutions to get the long-awaited continuous measurements of the Free Style Libre 2 glucose measurement sensor that the Spanish National Health Authority gave us in Madrid, I could see in many forums that there people discussing about a mysterious patched Android App that worked on…


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Hello! My name is Daniel Garcia, and I am the father of a wonderful girl named Lucia who debuted at age 10 with diabetes 1. These months since she has debuted has been a continuous search for measures that could make her life easier. Many of these measures have come from Technology and therefore, as I believe that the world advances when you share, I have decided to create this Blog to share with all of you the discoveries and goals that I have been achieving to make the life easier for my daughter Lucía due to Technology.


The use and installation of the apps, software, or hardware indicated in this blog is completely voluntary, so the responsibility for their use falls on each user and any possible consequences it may have on health are the responsibility of the person who has made the decision to install and use them.
The purpose of the blog is solely to provide information on how these applications, software, or hardware developments could be used. Digital Diabetes or the author of the article is not responsible for their operation or how they are used by each user; this responsibility lies with each user or the developers of the software or the hardware.


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