- Setting up the connection between your blood glucose meter and your mobile device.
- Collecting measurements from your blood glucose meter
- Manual measurement entry
- Reviewing historical measurements
- Share measurements
- Measurement data backup and recovery
- Other measurements
- Save measurements to an online health record
- Application settings and information
- Sending Feedback
- Fora D15b Blood Glucose Plus Pressure Monitoring System
Android Device Compatibility: SimpleEye Bluetooth Blood Glucose has been tested and verified with Android 2.0 (Motorola® Droid on Verizon®), 2.1 (LG® Ally on Verizon® and T-Mobile® myTouch 3G Slide running HTC® SenseUI) and 2.2 (Google® Nexus One on T-Mobile®). Some minor issues that should not prevent measurements from being taken have been observed with Android 2.1 devices running the HTC® Sense UI: the Bluetooth implementations on these devices have unresolved errors.
If this is the first time the application is started, the help screen will show as in Figure 2 below.
Tap thebutton to close the help screen: you can tap the button at any time to access this screen.
The application will then check to see if Bluetooth is enabled. If not, it will request that Bluetooth be turned on, as shown in Figure 3 below. Bluetooth must be activated to use the Bluetooth features of the software.
Tapto approve the request: Bluetooth will turn on as shown in Figure 4 below.
Tap the Menu button to show the application menu as seen in Figure 5 below. You can also view the Help file at any time by clicking the Help button.
- Press and hold the Bluetooth button until the screen on the blood glucose meter shows PCL. See the manual for the FORA D15b for more details.
Once the blood glucose meter is ready, tap the Select button and then tap the Find entry as shown in Figure 6 below.
This will open the the Android Bluetooth settings screen as shown in Figure 7 below. A scan will be performed: the phone should now find the blood glucose meter. The caption on the item will show Pair with this device to indicate that the blood glucose meter is not paired.
Tap the blood glucose meter item to start the pairing process: a pairing key dialog will be shown as in Figure 8 below. Enter the proper pairing code (for the supported FORA D15b blood glucose meter that code is 111111).
Tap: the pairing process will complete and the blood glucose meter item will change its caption to “Paired but not connected” to indicate that the pairing process is complete: this is shown in Figure 9 below.
You’re now ready to go!
Tap Yes to accept it: you will then be prompted to set this blood glucose meter as your default blood glucose meter as shown in Figure 11 below. Tap to do so.
The application will enable the Connect button and ask if you wish to connect to the blood glucose meter right now as shown in Figure 12 below.
You can either tap Yes or tap Connect to connect: the connection will start up as shown in Figure 13 below.
Once connected, the select button will be disabled and the Connect button will switch to Disconnect. To disconnect from the blood glucose meter you can tap the button.
As soon as a measurement is available, the blood glucose meter will transmit it and the blood glucose details will be shown as seen in Figure 14 below.
If voice reports are enabled (they are enabled by default) the application will read out the most recent measurement values at this time.
Note: the D15b blood glucose meter can save multiple measurements even when no Bluetooth connection is present: when a connection is then established using SimpleEye Bluetooth Blood Glucose all the measurements will be automatically transmitted to the Android device and saved (see Application settings and preferences for more options) for future review. Only the latest measurement will be displayed on this screen: to see older measurements tap History.
Tap thebutton to disconnect from the blood glucose meter when the measurements have been captured. The connection will be automatically closed when the blood glucose meter turns off.
As before, you will be prompted to choose whether or not this will be your default entry method. Once this is done the spinner will reflect your choice and the button will change as shown in Figure 16 below. Any visible values will be cleared.
Tap Record to open up the manual entry screen as shown in Figure 17 below.
Enter the blood glucose measurement details into the form: the blood glucose measurement is required and must be a number. You can set the date of the measurement and also enter a short note with the measurement: example values are shown in Figure 18 below.
Tap Save to save the measurement. The measurement will be saved and the application will return to the measurement capture screen as shown in Figure 19 below. As before, if voice reports are enabled (they are enabled by default) the application will read out the measurement value at this time.
The chart can scroll to show previous measurements as shown in Figure 21 below.
Tap on any point in the chart to see the measurement detail and the associated date as shown in Figure 22 below.
A long-press on the chart will open the chart options menu as shown in Figure 23 below: this allows the number of displayed measurements to be changed.
Figure 24 below shows the chart but with 1 week of measurements at a time.
When the orientation is changed to landscape the chart will enlarge to fill as much space as is available, as shown in Figure 25 below.
Tapto see a listing of all measurements as shown in Figure 26 below. The measurements are ordered with the most recent measurement at the top.
Tap on any entry in the listing to view the details of the measurement, including the note attached to the measurement (if any), the time it was saved and last modified and any other additional measurement details taken: you may need to scroll to see those details. This is shown in Figure 27 below. Tap thebutton when done.
A long press on any entry in the listing will open its menu, as shown in Figure 28 below.
Tap themenu item to change the note attached to the measurement: you can then enter and changes into the provided input field as shown in Figure 29 below.
Tap OK to save the changes as shown in Figure 30 below.
Tap themenu item to remove a measurement, as shown in Figure 31 below.
A confirmation prompt will appear as shown in Figure 32 below. Tap OK to delete the measurement. This action is permanent: deleted measurements can never be recovered.
The measurement will be permanently deleted.
You can also tap thebutton () at the bottom of the screen to open up the manual measurement recording screen as shown in Figure 17 above.
Tapping themenu item will open up the Android share menu, similar to what is shown in Figure 34 below.
Select the desired share option and it will be passed the measurement data, as shown in Figure 35 below.
To send all measurements by email tap thebutton () at the bottom of the screen. This will open up the Android share menu as shown in Figure 36 below.
Select the desired option, and it will open up with an attachment as shown in Figure 37 below. You can then enter the recipient(s) email address(es), edit the body of the email and send the file.
The attachment is a comma-separated values (CSV) file that can be opened up in Microsoft® Excel® or Google® Docs, and will include the time the measurement was taken by the blood glucose meter (from the blood glucose meter’s internal clock), the time the measurement was saved by the Android device, the actual blood glucose measurement value, the note that was attached (if any), and information about the specific blood glucose meter that took the measurement; this last bit of information is useful to be able to separate out measurements that may be saved from multiple blood glucose meters to the same Android device.
Tap Export to export the data. A new export data file will be created in the top level of the SD card with all the data saved to it. The name of the file will be displayed as shown in Figure 39 below. The export data file will have the date and time saved into the name and will have a suffix of bloodglucosedata.csv, and this file can be copied off the SD card and stored elsewhere for safekeeping or transferred to another Android device.
To import an export data file, copy the file to the top level of the SD card and then select the Import option from the History chart view menu as shown in Figure 40 below.
The application will search the top level of the SD card for all files named with the same suffix bloodglucosedata.csv and will display a list of possible data files as shown in Figure 41 below.
Tap the desired file to select it and start the import process as shown in Figure 42 below.
Once the import is completed a confirmation will show with the number of measurements imported as shown in Figure 43 below. Tap OK to refresh the chart and show the newly imported data.
A menu will appear with the additional supported measurement types as shown in Figure 45 below. Tap the desired measurement: as shown below the Temperature option is selected.
If the application is installed, then it will be launched as shown in Figure 46 below.
Once the measurement has been recorded in the other application, press the Weight is selected.button to return to the original measurement capture screen. You can then take additional measurements as shown in Figure 47 below, where
In this case the application is not installed so the Android Market listing is shown as seen in Figure 48 below.
If SimpleEye Google Health is installed, it will be launched as shown in Figure 50 below. If not the Android Market listing will be shown.
Please note: when using the SimpleEye Google Health application, any measurements that are deleted from SimpleEye Bluetooth Blood Glucose will also be deleted from the online health record. Please see the SimpleEye Google Health help information for more details.
To change the units used to enter, display and chart blood glucose, tap theitem as shown in Figure 52 below.
You will then be able to select between mg/dL and mmol from the options menu that appears, as shown in Figure 53 below.
To configure measurement reminders, tap the Reminder Interval item as shown in Figure 54 below.
You will then be able to select an interval from the options menu that appears, as shown in Figure 55 below.
Once this is changed the reminder intervals will be adjusted to match the desired settings.
To clear all saved measurements, tap the item: this will prompt you for confirmation as shown in Figure 56 below.
If you tap the Clear button, you will be prompted for confirmation a second time, as shown in Figure 57 below.
If you tap the Clear button a second time then the measurements will be deleted. This action is permanent: deleted measurements can never be recovered. After the deletion is done the item will be disabled, as shown in Figure 58 below.
To clear all saved blood glucose meters, tap theitem: this will prompt you for confirmation as shown in Figure 59 below.
If you tap the Clear button, all saved blood glucose meter details will be removed. Next time a blood glucose meter is connected its details will be saved once again. After the blood glucose meter details are cleared, the item will be disabled, as shown in Figure 60 below.
You can then open the notification panel to see the full detail as shown in Figure 62 below. Tapping on the notification will open the application.
By default notifications are sent if it has been more than 1 day since your last measurement: the reminder interval can be changed as discussed above.
Enter an email address (this is required, so we can get back to you about your requested change) and your comments and press the Submit button as shown in Figure 64 below to send it.
Your submission will be confirmed as shown in Figure 65 below, and that’s it. Thank you!