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Summary Screen Shared Blood Sugar

The Summary screen shows a listing of your latest ten Blood Sugar entries. You can re-sort the list by clicking on any of the column headers indicated by a link with the up and down arrow symbol. If you have more than ten entries, you will see links at the bottom of the table that you can use to index through the entire list.

Using this Page

Printer Friendly - Click this link to display a printer friendly page that will print on an 8 1/2 x 11 inch sheet of paper.

Add New - Click this button to add a new entry to the table and display a page where you can enter details for a new record.

Date - Click the Date of each entry (underlined) to display a page with the full detail of that record.

Printer Friendly Summary Screen

The Printer Friendly Summary screen provides a printer-friendly format for the summary table of your health information. It is designed so it will print neatly on an 8 1/2 by 11 inch sheet of paper. The information on this page consists of the entries you had listed on the Summary screen. (If you would like to print a different set of information you must go back to the Summary screen, make your selection and then return to this page.) You will see a border around the main content area describing the printable area. This border is indicated by the phrase "The printable information appears within this border." You will see other information outside of that border, but what is inside is the only information that will print out.

Using this Page

Print - The Print button will open your browser's print dialog box. You must click the OK button to initiate the print-out.

Done - Clicking this button will take you back to the Summary screen.

View Details Screen

The Details screen is a read-only page that allows you to view all of the details of a record. From this page you have the option to a printer friendly version, by clicking the respective buttons/links. You may also choose to add a new entry ("Add New") or return to the summary list ("Return to List").

Using this Page

Add New - Click this button if you wish to add a new entry to the table. You will be taken to a page that allows you to enter details for a new record.

Return to List - Clicking this button will take you back to the Summary page.

Printer Friendly - This link will take you to a similar view of the details. This view is specially designed to be printed on an 8 1/2 by 11 inch sheet of paper.

Printer Friendly Details Screen

The Printer Friendly Details page allows the details of your health entry to be printed neatly on an 8 1/2 by 11 inch sheet of paper. You will see a border around the main content area describing the printable area. This border is indicated by the phrase "The printable information appears within this border." You will see other information outside of that border, but what is inside is the only information that will print out.

Using this Page

Print - The Print button will open your browser's print dialog box. You must click the OK button to initiate the print-out.

Done - Clicking this button will take you back to the Details page of this record.

Add New Screen

The Add New screen allows you to enter a new listing into your Shared Blood Sugar (blood glucose) record. There are several input fields available for you to record information about this entry. The available fields are described below. Some of these fields are required and some are optional. The required fields are indicated by an asterisk symbol (*). You must click the Save button for your entry to be recorded. After you click "Save" or "Cancel" you will be taken back to the Summary screen. The "Reset" button will return the fields to their original state (blank). If for some reason the system is not able to process your entry, the page will refresh with a message explaining what must be done to proceed.

Using this Page

Date (Required) - You must enter a date to identify a record. Select a date by clicking on the calendar icon. The calendar icon will open a pop-up window with a clickable calendar. By clicking a date in the calendar, the date field will be automatically set and you may continue filling out the form.

Time - The time of day is important for some health measurements. If you take more than one reading per day, you may also want to enter the time of the reading. Select a time closest to your reading using the two drop-down fields (Hour, Minute).

Method (Required) - Select the method you used to obtain the test result. Choose one of the following options from the list: Clinical Lab Test (from your doctor), Sterile Lancet, Transcutaneous, Implant or Other method.

Testing Condition (Required) - Select the testing condition to obtain the test result. Choose one if the following options from the list: Fasting (8 hours), After Meal or Unknown.

Blood Sugar Count (Required) - Enter the one to three digit number that indicates your blood sugar level.

Comments - This is where you can enter any additional thoughts you had about this particular blood sugar reading. You may enter up to 255 characters.

Save - You must click the button to save the entry.