Introducing the Sugar.IQ™ diabetes assistant, it works exclusively with the Guardian™ Connect CGM and supercharges your understanding of your diabetes. Using groundbreaking technology from the same company that developed global weather pattern prediction, the Sugar.IQ™ diabetes assistant continually analyzes everything that can affect your levels — insulin, food, daily routines and your real-time glucose data*. It even has a feature that helps you understand when you have a higher-than-normal chance of going low. It can help you outsmart specific — and sometimes surprising — causes of highs or lows**.
Discover hidden reasons for highs or lows* with Sugar.IQ™ diabetes assistant Insights.
Do you love taking your kids to the park every Saturday morning but hate how you feel afterward? The Sugar.IQ™ diabetes assistant combines advanced intelligence from IBM Watson™ and world-leading diabetes expertise from Medtronic to look at why certain activities could make you go high or low. It gives you the most helpful information at the right moment to help uncover patterns that affect your levels— so you can confidently make small adjustments that can have a big impact on your day.
The Sugar.IQ™ app lets you connect to HealthKit, so you can automatically send steps, exercise minutes, and other activity data to help the Sugar.IQ™ cloud identify even better insights about your glucose levels.
Conquer challenging foods with Glycemic Assist.
Figure out fries. Take on tacos. Only available with the Sugar.IQ™ diabetes assistant, Glycemic Assist can track how your glucose levels respond to challenging foods*. Armed with a detailed view showing the effect on your levels, you can more easily tweak your routine.
Check your trends with My Data
You have the power to shape your days like never before. My Data lets you see a daily summary of your glucose trends, so you know how you’re doing in the moment and overall.
Get a heads up with IQcast ™ forecast technology
Like a weather forecast for your diabetes, IQcast™ forecast technology helps you understand when you have a higher-than-normal chance of going low over the next 4 hours. You can use IQcast™ forecast technology to plan your day and know when to keep a closer eye on your glucose trends. You can tackle diabetes on your terms with the Sugar.IQ™ diabetes assistant and help outsmart the highs and lows1 of diabetes - so you can focus on your life, not your levels.
*The system is intended to complement, not replace, information obtained from standard blood glucose monitoring devices. All therapy adjustments should be based on measurements obtained from standard blood glucose monitoring devices and not on values provided by the system.
**Based on sensor glucose values
The Guardian™ Connect system requires a prescription and is indicated for continuous or periodic monitoring of glucose levels in the interstitial fluid under the skin, in patients (14 to 75 years of age) with diabetes mellitus. The system is intended to complement, not replace, information obtained from standard blood glucose monitoring devices. The app requires a functioning mobile electronic device with correct settings. Please visit
http://www.medtronicdiabetes.com/support/download-library/user-guides and www.medtronicdiabetes.com/importantsafetyinformation for complete details.
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
No Insulin data input field
I was urged by the Medtronic Guarrdian Connect team to use this app. I was very surprised to see that it has a gazzilion food inputs to choose from and log meals but nowhere to input Insulin dosage and times. How can it analyze your diabetes trends on meal choices alone? And yes, for an experienced 40 year diabetic, it’s Insights are pretty lame. Sorry, developers, you’ve got work to do. I DO love my Guardian Connect CGM! Has saved my life from severe disabling under 30 glucose levels with ease of use tech. This companion app, though, needs some fixing.
Medtronic collecting data...
Seems rather strange that there is only 1 recent 5 star rating, probably Medtronic representatives. How is it possible that so many real world experiences giving 1 star, having very specific good advice goes unanswered and not addressed, only to be followed by someone giving an almost breathtaking marketing response.
Also that this product is dated 2018 seems Medtronic made an app to collect data but they have not really listened (large corporations rarely do) you & your data are the product here and not important if the application gets fixed or functions better, or they would listen and have regular updates and done do by now.
In my opinion in the past you could keep your personal Medtronic health data on your pc, private between you the physicians & hospital but now everything is on Medtronic’s cloud, seriously hampering our personal health privacy, where they can share with partners and that partner could be sold with your data along with it. I find it criminal they don’t have the option to have our privacy paramount should you decide you don’t want to use their cloud services. And now your hospital who kept that information private shares everything with this multinational corporation as their in-house program has been closed and they are forced to share all our data with Medtronic. In my opinion criminal
As an engineer I was pretty excited to leverage AI to manage my diabetes. However, this application require a lot of time to enter data that is somehow duplicated with the guardian sensor app and most of the time generates trivial recommendations, e.g., ‘a low is expected in next 4 hrs,’ which is pretty much expected with any diabetic unless there is carb intake in between. Therefore after 3 months I have determined that it does not add any value to my treatment and stopped using it.
Simplify the data intake considering perhaps barcode for existing processed food or that food come fresh. Think one touch.
Better interface with Sensor Guardian app to avoid duplicated efforts.
Focus recommendations on non-trivial value added solutions that patients can act on, e.g., blood sugar tends to increase 2 hrs after salt intake, noticed consumption of chips, recommend reducing it, and check again in 2 weeks.
Also recommend adding a follow up feature, eg, noticed blood sugar rises after cream cheese intake, confirm in 2 weeks.
Also, I would really like a feature to analyze the raw data and see the results of the analysis better.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.