18th April 2020
DiabetesLab offers their diabetes knowledge-sharing application to doctors and their patients to protect diabetics’ health during the COVID-19 pandemic
DiabetesLab is offering its digital solution to doctors dealing with diabetic COVID-19 patients and their patients living with it.
The application can help facilitate the sharing of knowledge and experience between doctors from around the world. Doctors who have treated patients who are infected with COVID-19 and are diabetics are able to help other doctors by providing a treatment plan, discussing it, and helping to recognise and relieve symptoms. Through the chat function, patients are also able to request advice easily and get help if they suspect COVID-19 infection.
DiabetesLab features training materials and videos for people with diabetes on topics such as what actions they should avoid during the pandemic, how they should care for themselves, and how to react to the symptoms characteristic of COVID-19.
Additionally, the application has the ability to host webinars with the purpose of transferring knowledge between doctors and between doctors and patients with diabetes.
The company hopes that this form of telemedicine will help to protect many diabetic’s health during the COVID-19 pandemic. DiabetesLab particularly wants to reach people in regions where it is difficult to book a visit to a doctor.
The offer is available from 15th May until the end of 2020.
ASK: Research contributors needed for CON-VICE study
University of Luxembourg needs European researchers to get in touch
OFFER: Funding available for COVID-19 research
Fondation Air Liquide are looking to fund European projects
ASK: Supporting the immunocompromised
Partners sought to advance neutralising antibody