Blood Glucose Alerts with Microsoft Flow and Nightscout

As my son has Type 1 Diabetes (T1D), we use Nightscout to keep track of his blood glucose levels. With T1D it’s important to keep those levels in quite a tight range, so we use a few different apps to alert us when it’s going out of range. As I’ve started looking into Microsoft Flow, […]

Autotuning Diabetes Settings in the Cloud: Part 2

The AutotuneWeb system described in Part 1 is made up of 4 services in Microsoft Azure working together as illustrated below: The App Service runs the website that users access. Written as an ASP.NET MVC application, the user enters their Nightscout URL and the application: Extracts the profile information, including the insulin:carb ratio, insulin sensitivity […]

Autotuning Diabetes Settings in the Cloud: Part 1

Three years ago our first son was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D). Over the next few months we quickly got used to the process of calculating the amount of insulin required for meals and high blood sugar, and adjusting those calculations on a trial-and-error basis. As a software developer I felt sure there should […]