Clinical Scenario

52 year old male patient comes to your office to establish care after moving to the area recently. He is a diabetic on an oral hypoglycemic as well as insulin but has no records with him except labs that are a year old. He heard you were a primary care doctor who had a special interest in diabetes so decided to come see you. His last HgbA1c was 7.6. His BMI is 36, his mom and dad both had diabetes, and he thinks he has a history of renal cysts. As far as he can recall he has been a diabetic for almost 30 years and was first diagnosed around the age of 24.

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Evidence and literature used to support the app
The app is developed and backed by the University of Exeter and there are multiple references on their website.

Healthcare providers that would benefit from this app

Endocrinologists and primary care physicians dealing extensively with young diabetics and MODY

  • Price
    • Free on iTunes and Google Play store
    • Clinical calculators
    • Information on tests to help differentiate between diabetes subtypes
    • Calculator to aid in interpretation of C-peptide results
    • Easy to navigate
    • Evidence based with clear references
    • Free
  • Dislikes
    • Unavailable on Google play store
  • Overall

    Clear, concise and well made. Although the app is not for everybody, it does have great information, is well thought out and would be a great tool for physicians dealing extensively with young diabetics, diabetes subtypes and MODY.

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  • Device Used For Review

    iPad mini with retina display

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