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The AIDA self-extracting installation file (called AIDAINST.EXE) can be downloaded for free from this Web page.

Please be sure that you have read the accompanying caveats and understand that AIDA is **NOT** intended for individual patient glycaemic prediction, individual patient management or therapy planning. Furthermore AIDA **CANNOT** generate individual patient therapeutic advice.

If you have any queries about these limitations, please contact us using the on-line AIDA contact form, and do not download a copy of AIDA until you have received a reply.

AIDA runs on IBM compatible PCs or on Apple Macs running Parallels, SoftWindows or Virtual PC emulation software.


Please note AIDA v4.3d and AIDA v4.5c (beta) are intended for use on PCs running Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 (or Apple Macs which can emulate these operating systems).

Earlier versions of AIDA are still available for older operating systems. Please see below.

Please make sure you read and accept the caveats / warnings before you download a copy of AIDA.



While you are downloading your copy of AIDA it would be much appreciated if you could anonymously answer six simple questions about yourself and your setup. Your responses are completely confidential - but they will help clarify what sort of visitors are downloading AIDA - and therefore what sort of setups we should be aiming to cater for with future versions of the software.



What operating system are you using?
What type of computer are you using?
Where did you first hear about AIDA? (free text)
Where are you from?
Which of the following categories best describes you?
Which version of AIDA are you downloading?



Download AIDA v4.3d
(Recommended - latest version)

Insulin classes: Regular, NPH, Lente & Ultralente
32-bit installation and runtime environment for Windows XP / Vista / 7 users
(and Apple Mac Users with Parallels PC emulation software)
Download filesize = 2.7Mb
Download AIDA v4.5c (beta)
(Prototype version - still undergoing beta testing)

Insulin classes: Lispro, Regular, NPH & Glargine
32-bit installation and runtime environment for Windows XP / Vista / 7 users
(and Apple Mac Users with Parallels PC emulation software)
Download filesize = 2.8Mb
Download AIDA v4.3a
(Older version - less recommended)
Insulin classes: Regular, NPH, Lente & Ultralente
Older installation for Windows '95 / '98 / '2000 / 'NT / 'ME users
Download filesize = 1.0Mb
Download AIDA v4.1a
(Older version - less recommended)
Insulin classes: Regular, NPH, Lente & Ultralente
16-bit installation for DOS / Windows '3.1 / '3.11 users
Download filesize = 1.0Mb


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AIDA Website home Return to AIDA Website Home Page AIDA is a freeware diabetes software simulator program of glucose-insulin action + insulin dose & diet adjustment in diabetes mellitus. It is intended purely for education, self-learning and / or teaching use. It is not meant for individual blood glucose prediction or therapy planning. Caveats

This Web page was last updated on 26th April, 2012. (c) www.2aida.org, 2000 - 2012. All rights reserved. Disclaimer. For the AIDA US Mirror Site, please click here. For the Diabetes / Insulin Tutorial, please click here.