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In today’s world, the fields of application of digital technologies are expanding day by day. One of the areas where modern technologies are widely and effectively used is the healthcare sector. In the field of healthcare, mobile technologies are becoming increasingly important in keeping patients under continuous monitoring and preventing the risk of the development of disease. This paper reviews mobile applications developed by researchers around the world on diabetes, one of the most common serious diseases in the world, including gestational diabetes. Commercially available mobile applications for gestational diabetes development risk assessment were also analyzed.


gestational diabetes, mobile application, disease, risk assessment.

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Mukhriddin Arabboev, Shohruh Begmatov, Mokhirjon Rikhsivoev, Khurshid Aliyarov, Saidakmal Saydiakbarov, Zukhriddin Khamidjonov, Sardor Vakhkhobov, & Khabibullo Nosirov. (2023). Analysis of mobile applications created to assess the risk of developing gestational diabetes mellitus. CENTRAL ASIAN JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL THEORY AND COMPUTER SCIENCES, 4(11), 39-49. Retrieved from


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