Insulin Calculator

Insulin Calculator


Calculate the Insulin Units required to stabilize the Blood Glucose Level for Diabetes Type 1 patients taking the current blood glucose level and carbohydrates intake into consideration.

This app was created in collaboration with Diabetes UK by Dr. Pavan Bandhu and was developed by Jagdeep Nagpal (Oxford Brookes - MSc. Computer Science & Newcastle University BSc. Computer Science)

An app tester of Insulin Calc said "..Good app that is quick and easy to use. Informative and accurate for readings. Recommended to other users.."

This app is intended to be used only by diabetes Type 1 patients.

Your valuable feedback will be greatly appreciated. Feel free to email me any time to [email protected] with subject "Insulin Calc". Thank you.

This app was developed for the Diabetes App Challenge to support young people with diabetes get the best out of their appointments (funded by Diabetes UK & run by Plymouth University & Peninsula School of Medicine & Dentistry)

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previous changes
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v1.3
Optimised for ICS and Jelly Bean
UI optimisations

v1.2.2
settings->save button added

v1.2.1
fixed settings layout

v1.2
fixed layout

v1.1
Modified the calculation
Fields turn red when Insulin value is more than 20
Clear button added
Decimal formatted to 2 decimal places

v1.0
Initial release with the insulin calculator

Recent changes:
v 1.4
- Thanks to Chris. Now when the blood glucouse level is below the normal level. the carbohydrate value can compensate it. Hence negative value is also displayed.
- Added Donate button. Paypal and Google Play in app purchase available.
- New Icon
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File size
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About Insulin Calculator
Calculate the Insulin Units required to stabilize the Blood Glucose Level for Diabetes Type 1 patients taking the current blood glucose level and carbohydrates intake into consideration.

This app was created in collaboration with Diabetes UK by Dr. Pavan Bandhu and was developed by Jagdeep Nagpal (Oxford Brookes - MSc. Computer Science & Newcastle University BSc. Computer Science)

An app tester of Insulin Calc said "..Good app that is quick and easy to use. Informative and accurate for readings. Recommended to other users.."

This app is intended to be used only by diabetes Type 1 patients.

Your valuable feedback will be greatly appreciated. Feel free to email me any time to [email protected] with subject "Insulin Calc". Thank you.

This app was developed for the Diabetes App Challenge to support young people with diabetes get the best out of their appointments (funded by Diabetes UK & run by Plymouth University & Peninsula School of Medicine & Dentistry)

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previous changes
----------------
v1.3
Optimised for ICS and Jelly Bean
UI optimisations

v1.2.2
settings->save button added

v1.2.1
fixed settings layout

v1.2
fixed layout

v1.1
Modified the calculation
Fields turn red when Insulin value is more than 20
Clear button added
Decimal formatted to 2 decimal places

v1.0
Initial release with the insulin calculator

Recent changes:
v 1.4
- Thanks to Chris. Now when the blood glucouse level is below the normal level. the carbohydrate value can compensate it. Hence negative value is also displayed.
- Added Donate button. Paypal and Google Play in app purchase available.
- New Icon
User reviews of Insulin Calculator
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A Google User
Jul 18, 2014
Straightforward and useful Possibly not the prettiest thing on the planet, but genuinely useful for me as a fairly newly-diagnosed Type 1, and the easiest to use that I've seen. If I could ask for one thing it would be that it saved the mmol/carbs/correction units in a log or something just so when I get back home it's easy to recall for the diary. I guess adding a short note for the food eaten might also be handy. Very pleased you made it though!
A Google User
Jul 8, 2014
Limited to mmol units in This app might be good for UK and other countries that measure insulin dosage in mmol units. However, it doesn't have the option to change to mdl units, which are used in the US. Hence, it doesn't meet my needs.
A Google User
Jun 27, 2014
Great and useful tool!!
A Google User
Jun 27, 2014
If you need an app like this. It is basic and simple and does what is required of it.
A Google User
Jun 8, 2014
Ok It would to have the option to save the entrys for future reference.