Data from iPad, iPhone, iPod - Curated by Toby Galbraith - Last updated 22 May 2017


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Fast-acting, convenient and wholly accurate, Doctot HbA1c enables Health Care Professionals to keep check of a Diabetic patient's long term control of the disease.

Background: Since June 2011, the way HbA1c values are reported has switched from a percentage (DCCT units) to the IFCC (International Federation of Clinical Chemistry) reference measurement procedure of mmols/mol. To help make sense of the new units and to compare these with old units and vice versa, Doctot launched their own HbA1c Converter tool.

Presented in a wizard format so the medical practitioner can easily navigate through the interview components to record a patient's status, the tool automatically generates the assessment scale total and categorises the score, based upon the user's input. 

This Free-To-Download App also has an "Information" section, which provides the user with relevant background details, in addition to a “Help” section that provides assistance regarding the use of the tool. 

Further Doctot HbA1c features include:
– A Patient Results Management System (e.g. Save, Delete & Sort options)
– PIN Protection for security purposes
– Shake-to-Reset Scale functionality
– The Automatic Email Generation of each patient assessment result


Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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