*** DUE TO THE EVER-CHANGING NATURE OF THE NOVEL COVID-19 VIRUS, WE ARE ASKING ALL DIABETIC PATIENTS WHO HAVE THE MEANS TO UPLOAD THEIR DEVICES AT HOME. PLEASE REFER TO THE FOLLOWING LINKS WITH INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO UPLOAD YOUR RESPECTIVE DEVICE. THIS WILL ALLOW OUR CLINIC TO MINIMIZE BARRIERS TO EACH INDIVIDUALS CARE UNTIL WE ARE ABLE TO RESUME OUR NORMAL PRACTICE PROTOCOLS***
MANUAL ELECTRONIC LOGBOOK PDF LINK: USF Blood Sugar Logbook - Electronic
This logbook can be completed (without printing and scanning) on a computer/tablet. It then can emailed to our clinic at email@example.com
DIASEND LINK: How to install and start using the diasend Uploader software
Once you have created an account and uploaded your device, please go into Account Admin, enter in the code 82-35826 and click share data, this will enable our clinic to see your uploaded information
CARELINK MEDTRONIC LINK: Installing and using the Carelink Uploader (please use internet explorer)
Once you have created an account and uploaded your device, please share your login information with our clinic, our clinic will then link your account in order to see your uploaded information
FREESTYLE LIBRE LINK: How to upload your Freestyle Libre
Once you have created an account and uploaded your device, please go to Account Settings and click on My Practices and add the code 07791465, this will enable our clinic to see your uploaded information
If you use your cellular device as your scanner, please login to your account at Libreview.com and please go to Account Settings and click on My Practices and add the code 07791465, this will enable our clinic to see your uploaded information
DEXCOM LINK: Video on using Dexcom CLARITY on your computer
If you use your cellular device as your receiver, please download the Dexcom CLARITY app on your phone and ask our clinic for a clinic share code, once that code is generated, tap share, then accept invitation and follow the on screen instructions
MANUAL LOGBOOK PDF LINK: USF Blood Sugar Logbook
If for whatever reason, you are unable to upload your device, please print and fill out the last 14 days on this logbook. Please put your name and your providers name on the logbook and send it via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 813-905-8970.
HOW TO CONNECT InPen APP TO BLUETOOTH METERS OR CGM: InPen App Connection to Bluetooth Meters
Please follow instructions on attached pdf. If using Dexcom, please make sure you are connected with our clinic to share referring to the above instructions.
Welcome to the USF Diabetes and Endocrinology Center. We are this region’s epicenter for diabetes and endocrinology treatment, research, and education – offering a multidisciplinary team of providers who are specially trained to diagnose, treat, and engage with patients and their families to manage complex diabetes and endocrine disorders.
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The USF Diabetes and Endocrinology Center, as part of USF Health, is this region’s only academic medical center, provides a level of expertise that is unmatched in the Tampa Bay area. Our clinical team includes five pediatric and two adult Board-certified endocrinologists and two adult endocrine nurse practitioners, two nurses specializing in diabetes technology training, a clinical psychologist and clinical social worker, and two registered dietitians; working with a clinical support team to meet the needs of our patients. In addition to our multidisciplinary diabetes program, our providers care for a full spectrum of hormone-related conditions including: bone and calcium, thyroid, growth, adrenal, pubertal, menopausal, and transgender concerns that may lead to, short stature, early or late puberty, atypical sexual development. pituitary disease, polycystic ovarian syndrome and infertility, and adrenal disorders.
In addition, our center is recognized worldwide as a premier research center for diabetes. Our commitment to research is evidenced by our recognition as global leader in diabetes research. Our Center is funded by the National Institutes of Health as one of 20 Type 1 Diabetes TrialNet Clinical Centers worldwide. We collaborate with academic and industry partners to advance therapies and technologies to better enable patients to manage their disease and to ultimately prevent and cure diabetes and related endocrine disorders.