Understanding Trends in the Cornerstones4Care® powered by Glooko app

Trends provide summary data about your blood glucose reading values, exercise data, insulin and food/carbs in an easy-to-understand written format. Navigate to Trends by tapping the Trends icon on the Primary Navigation Bar

Three types of Trends are displayed in the Cornerstones4Care® powered by Glooko app:


 

Patterns

The Patterns feature identifies times of day when your blood glucose readings are notably in range, below range or above range. This provides at-a-glance insight into your blood glucose data for the date range selected.

NOTE: Patterns are only available for the one month (1MO) date range.


 

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Comparisons

Comparisons helps you interpret your diabetes data by identifying trends over time. Comparisons uses your set target blood glucose range for calculations.

    • Tap on the down arrow to expand a trend field to see greater detail. Tap on the up arrow to collapse a trend field to see the shortened summary.

Comparisons are displayed in 4 categories:

      • Your Highs: This statement will help you understand your high (hyperglycemic) readings during the date range selected.
      • Your Lows: This statement will help you understand your low (hypoglycemic) readings during the date range selected.
      • Your Target Range: This statement will help you understand your in-range readings during the date range selected.
      • Your Average: This statement will help you understand your average blood glucose readings for the date range selected.

Best Days

The Cornerstones4Care® powered by Glooko app identifies your Best Days for the date range selected based on your blood glucose data. This helps you easily contextualize your blood glucose data.

    • This is calculated using your target range and displays your Best Days (if the minimum number of readings criteria are met) for the date range selected.


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