Libreview Reports

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Although results on the FreeStyle Libre reader can quickly and easily give you the answers you have been looking for, uploading your results on to LibreView enables you to save more than the 90 days of data available on the FreeStyle Libre reader and then remotely share this with your Healthcare Professional.

The LibreView system gives you intuitive reports to help you discover patterns and trends so you can make informed decisions about your diabetes.

Whilst we know that every hour and every day is different, the Glucose Patterns Insights report in LibreView enables you to view your average day and estimated HbA1c at a glance.

Using your FreeStyle Libre reader over several days or weeks (minimum of 5 days) the software aggregates your readings into a single 24-hour period creating a “typical day”. Being able to see your data like this allows you to identify times of day when your glucose levels fluctuate most from your target range.

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The Snapshot report takes an even more detailed look in your glucose data. It includes the number of times you have had a low glucose event in a specified time, your sensor-usage, insulin data and carbohydrate consumption.

You can make the most of your appointment time by sharing these reports with your healthcare professional in advance. The easiest way to do this is to link to your healthcare professionals LibreView account. Once you have set this up they will be able to access your reports online every time you upload your data. You can also email the reports directly or print them off and bring them with you.

 

LINK YOUR ACCOUNT

Modal libre bg * Scanning the sensor to obtain glucose values does not require lancets ×
*1. Scanning the sensor to obtain glucose values does not require lancets 2. A finger prick test using a blood glucose meter is required during times of rapidly changing glucose levels when interstitial fluid glucose levels may not accurately reflect blood glucose levels, or if hypoglycemia or impending hypoglycemia is reported but the symptoms do not match the system readings. ×

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