MirTouch Diabetic Daily Logbook
The MirTouch logbook enables you to record your glucose readings before and after breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as bed time. It has organized columns to record your daily glucose readings, insulin intake and related notes.
MirTouch logbook was designed with plenty of space in mind. Ideal for those with poor visions or shaky hands this logbook offers a wide design to allow users easily write down their recordings.
Circle the one of the three indicators to highlight your levels. This will help you observe your trends over time. Use the MirTouch Self-Test Diary to get insight into when your blood glucose is in or out of range. Carry it in your pocket, in your travel case or backpack.
- Spacious design: 4 ½” x 5 ¾”
- L, N, and H indicators for trends
- Space for 12 weeks daily activity
- Ideal for low-vision users
- Space for glucose readings, medication and misc notes
- Specific columns for before and after meal
- Dedicated page for emergency contact info
- Fits in pocket, or any carrying case
Most manufactures of glucose monitoring systems are transitioning from conventional monitors to Bluetooth-enabled meters with fancy apps or continuous glucose monitoring systems (CGMs). This has created a shortage of logbooks for those who are still testing using with their basic glucose meters.
The MirTouch logbook offers a convenient way to record daily glucose readings and insulin/medication for those don’t like to or don’t know how to use apps.
The Old-School Way
Do you prefer to write down your daily glucose readings and insulin or medication intake? Then MirTouch daily diabetic logbook is perfect for you. It’s well designed to accommodate your every day test results. It’s your basic logbook for daily diabetes management with your particular needs in mind.
Have Poor Vision or Shaky Hands?
MirTouch has spacious design allows you to easily create records for multiple times of the day. No more worrying about clutter tables that are hard to read. Upon opening the booklet you will notice the large fields designated for each records.
Color-Coded Trend Indicators
Write down your test results in each designated field circle one of the indicators that best describes your levels. For example circle L if you have a low reading. These color-coded indicators will provide a quick overview of how your glucose levels are trending each week. No more squinting your eyes trying to read between the numbers. Simply follow the color trends; the greener the better!