WHAT we do
Diabetes is a chronic disease that occurs either when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or when the body is unable to use the insulin it produces in the most effective way. Insulin is a hormone that regulates blood sugar. Hyperglycemia, or raised blood sugar, is the most common effect of untreated diabetes and as time goes by damages many of the body’s systems, particularly nerves and blood vessels. We’re aware that these side effects of diabetes can have serious effects on quality of life and can ultimately shorten life expectancy.
Diabetes has been an active area of research, development and innovation since Evolute’s genesis in 1999. Since then we have been designing, integrating and implementing systems and software tools for Diabetes evaluation, diagnosis and control. Evolute Diabetes focuses on making innovative use of applications, predictive algorithms and integrated biodevices to deliver affordable technological tools that enable healthcare professionals to enhance the quality of life and wellbeing of patients with diabetes.
WHO we work for/with
Evolute delivers technologies within the framework of organizations such as diabetic associations, diabetes clinics, centers for research and development in matters of health, nutrition and active aging. We are also open to collaborative endeavors and research.
Whether you are a primary care provider, a specialist, or an allied health professional, Evolute can deliver management tools to monitor your patients’ health through clinical management software and biodevices for occasional or continuous monitoring of key diabetes indicators, combined with alerts and safety systems – exactly as you need them to assist you in your professional performance.
Patients and Families:
It’s clear that if you have diabetes you need to establish a routine based around meals, exercise, monitoring blood glucose and blood pressure levels, and especially for taking insulin if you’re a Type I diabetic. Our consumer devices and systems are specifically designed to optimize these routines and generate health crisis alerts to warn patients, families and doctors/clinics. We strive for patient safety, welfare and peace of mind, focusing our efforts on risk free disease management.