Glucose Meter Diabetes

(1 customer review)


Glucose meters are a great tool, but sometimes you need to keep a closer eye on your blood sugar levels. That’s where a device called a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) can help. This FDA-approved system tracks your blood sugar levels day and night. It collects readings automatically every 5 to 15 minutes.

1 review for Glucose Meter Diabetes
  1. admin

    Any meter regardless of price will give what you may believe to be wrong readings. This one is no different. YOU are the determining factor in the number you see. Seek consistency. I chose this one because the strips are the same as my Verio IQ. Both for me are good, but do different things. The IQ has a rechargeable battery, The Verio a regular Battery. Both are downloadable to my PC with printable results. (my doctor charges 20 bucks for this service).Records stored in the meter cover 90 days; including 7.14, 30 and 90 day averages and daily results. NEVER buy strips from an online 3rd party auction, its a dangerous and false economy. There’s far more to a box of strips than price and expiration date Storage, especially heat can be are very damaging to them and cause gross inaccuracies. And when you test… turn on a light. Your brain says you can do this in the dark, … your finger says, turn on a light.

  2. admin

    It’s not the best of the one-touch meters. There are better – this one doesn’t record whether or not your reading is before or after a meal, so it’s up to you to figure out the history. It does seem to be accurate.

  3. admin

    I think it can be better

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