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Patient Logs & Guides
Download patient logs and guides that you and your patients can use together to improve their diabetes management.
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Patient Logs: Blood Glucose Log, Exercise Log, Food Log
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Blood Glucose, food, and exercise logs to help track results.
Blood Glucose Log
A convenient tracking sheet that can help you and your patients isolate blood glucose trends and manage medications.
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Patients can use this worksheet to track what they eat and use this information to better understand their eating habits.
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Help your patients track what they're eating and how it may affect their blood glucose levels with a daily food diary.
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A daily exercise log to chart patient progress and set fitness goals.
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