Please contact your diabetes care team.
Go to the “My Meter” screen in the “Settings” menu and follow the instructions. If you are using a Bluetooth meter, make sure the meter is in pairing mode before trying to set it up. If you are unable to set up your meter, close the app and restart the meter. You can also try turning your Bluetooth off and on again on your phone. If you still can’t set up your meter, contact your diabetes care team. In the meantime, you can still submit readings into the app manually.
Please call your emergency antenatal number provided by the hospital if you are concerned.
If you are concerned about anything to do with your pregnancy, please contact your midwife.
Make sure your smartphone is connected to the internet. The app will sync data automatically.
You can access your “My Readings” view by tapping on the “Complete Readings” symbol on the hub page.
You can edit information in a reading by tapping on it and selecting 'edit'. Previous readings are accessed from the 'My Readings' page.
Check the code and try re-entering. If that doesn’t work please contact your diabetes care team, they will be able to issue you with another one.
In order to protect your personal data, you must set a passcode, pattern or pin on your phone. Without one, you cannot access the GDm-Health service.
If you have a new meter, go to the “My Meter” from the “Settings” menu. Click on “Change Meter” and follow the instructions.
Please contact your diabetes care team, they may need to change the medication on their system.
This should not happen, but if it does, please close the app and reopen it. If this does not fix the problem, delete the app and reinstall it onto your phone. Please note: if you reinstall the app, you will need a new activation code from your diabetes care team. All your previous readings and messages will be synced when you reinstall your app. If the error persists, please contact your midwife.
The app shows you messages from your diabetes care team. You will get these as text messages and in the app. You cannot reply to messages, but you can confirm that you have received them in app. Request a call back if you have a question for your diabetes care team.
You can request a call from the action button. The action button is in the bottom right hand of the 'Hub' and 'My readings' screens. Tap 'request call', and then choose 'Request callback' to place your request. You can also request a call back from your messages.
Call backs can be cancelled by tapping on the request call option from the action button or the messages. If you have already requested a call a screen will show you an option for cancelling it.
Your diabetes care team will tell you when to stop using the app. You will get a message telling you that the care team have closed your record. You may also be asked to fill in a feedback survey.
GDm-Health is an app available for both iOS (Apple) and Android (Google) operating systems.It can be downloaded for free from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. It is designed to be accessed from a mobile phone only (i.e. it is not designed for tablet access).
The GDm-Health app records your blood glucose levels. You can enter blood glucose levels in 2 ways:
Additionally, you can record more data with the reading:
The app sends all this information to your diabetes care team. Your care team will look at the data and contact you if they need to.
On first opening the app you will be shown a quick overview of the app. You will then be presented with articles about gestational diabetes and be asked for an activation code. If this does not happen then please contact your diabetes care team. Please note, there is no maintenance or calibration needed for the safe use of this software.
The app is free for all patients to use.
GDm-Health is not a diagnostic tool and cannot provide a patient diagnosis. However, information communicated through the GDm-Health app may inform diagnostic decisions that are ultimately the sole responsibility of the qualified physician using the platform.
The information is written by a consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology who manages gestational diabetes. The external links included in the articles have been signed off by a doctor who manages gestational diabetes and comes from trusted sources with accurate clinical content. However, we do not monitor the pages regularly, and if there are changes or inaccurate information then we do not take responsibility for this.
Your diabetes care team will tell you the best way to record blood glucose readings. If you are using your own meter, you can enter readings by typing in the blood glucose level manually.
You will not be able to send any blood glucose readings when your record is closed. You will not be able to request callbacks.
You will be able to still see your readings diary and your old messages.
Sensyne may have access to anonymous non-personal data generated in connection with the GDm-Health App. This data is only used for medical research purposes or for product improvement. Your data is shared with the health care team who provide your care. Only authorised people are allowed to see your data.
The data that they hold includes:
When your record is closed you may be asked to complete a feedback survey. Your diabetes care team will never see your personal answers. Your diabetes care team only ever see reports combining lots of answers without any identifiable information.
Sensyne Health have built the app but we will not access your personal data unless we specifically ask for your permission according to GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018. We may use fully anonymised data for our research and to improve the product. Our academic partners may assist us in this research – the data they see will be anonymous.
We will never contact you directly or market anything to you.
We protect your data in a number of ways:
You should contact your hospital and care team initially. If you have any questions for Sensyne Health please contact our dedicated data protection officer by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org