RALS DEVICE INTERFACE MENU. RALS systems are interfaced to devices you use at the point-of-care every day from market share leaders in glucose, coagulation, blood gas/electrolytes and cardiac markers, and more. For details on how each device connects and communicates, as well as the reports available, download the PDF associated with that device. To use this site to find and download updates, you need to change your security settings to allow ActiveX controls and active scripting. To get updates but allow your security settings to continue blocking potentially harmful ActiveX controls and scripting from other sites, make this site a trusted website. Jan 29, 2021 Patients embraced devices like continuous glucose monitors and insulin pumps in recent years before the pandemic, and companies in these markets like Dexcom and Insulet or Medtronic and Abbott Laboratories have remained successful despite the economic volatility throughout 2020.
CareLink™ Personal software support for your MiniMed system.
CareLink™ Personal is software that enables you to download your diabetes devices and see historical data that has been collected in the form of graphs, charts and reports. These reports can help you to understand the effects of insulin dosage, eating habits, exercise routine, and medication on your glucose levels and are the key to improving your diabetes control. Seeing this information in chart, graph, and table formats allows you to better identify patterns and problems that will help you work out the root cause of your low and high blood glucose levels. Follow this link for more information.
If you are using Hardware(Device that plugs into the USB), you need the 64bit Drivers to make it work with your 64bit Operating System. Unfortunately, its Manufacturer is the one that writes the Drivers for it, not Microsoft. If Medtronic do not have the 64bit Drivers for it, nothing can be done.
CareLink™ Personal software is free of charge. All you need is internet access and a CareLink™ connectivity device (CareLink™ USB or blood glucose meter). Please contact your Customer Service team on 01923 205 167 for more information on how to obtain the CareLink™ connectivity device.
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If you are using the Guardian™ Connect standalone CGM system, ensure that 'Sync to CareLink™' is enabled in your settings on the device running the Guardian™ Connect App. If you are using another device, you will need to download and install the CareLink™ Uploader. This is a one-time installation per computer you wish to use to upload your Medtronic device. Watch the below videos for more information or download the Uploader Installation & How To Upload Guides.
1) Download & Install the CareLink™ Uploader to the computer you wish to use to upload your data
2) Upload Your Device To CareLink™ Personal
Medtronic Diabetes - CareLink™ Personal - How To Upload to CareLink
Frequent data uploading (i.e. every 2 to 4 weeks) will provide uploads in about 2-4 minutes depending upon frequency of insulin pump use and CGM features.
CareLink™ Personal software is designed so that you can easily collaborate with your diabetes healthcare team. If you haven't already done so, speak with your healthcare team and provide them access to remotely view your uploaded data so that you can save time in clinic and better collaborate with your team to make any refinements to your therapy. Your diabetes healthcare team will be able send you a request to view your data which you can provide only with your explicit permission and personal password. View which hospitals you are sharing your data with by clicking on 'My Info' in your CareLink™ account.
From the main 'Reports' Tab, select the date range for the report(s) you wish to generate. Then select which bundle of reports or single report you would like to see. When you're ready, click 'Generate Reports' to produce your reports in PDF format. Each report is displayed as a PDF file in a separate window so you can save to your computer if you wish.
Simply click on the 'Forgot your password?' link displayed on the login area of the “CareLink™ website” home page and a temporary password can be sent to you via e-mail. The temporary password can be used to access the system for up to 24 hours after it has been issued and you will be prompted to create a new password for use on subsequent visits.
Frequently uploading data has two advantages. First, it takes less time for each upload to be completed because less data is being copied. Second, because your device (e.g. insulin pump) cannot hold more than three months of information, frequent uploads will help you avoid gaps in your data over time. Your healthcare professional may recommend how often you should upload data from your device. Generally we recommend uploading every 4 to 6 weeks.
Medtronic is committed to ensuring that all your personal information is kept private and protected. The CareLink system uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), a data encryption technology similar to the online bank standard, to ensure that data is unreadable during the transfer. CareLink Personal software complies with the strictest privacy regulations in the world, including HIPAA guidelines, and your information is processed in accordance with the applicable European Data Protection laws.
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