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The number of blood glucose meters on the market today is staggering, and one of the most frequently asked questions in diabetes forums is “What meter do you use?” So, how do you choose? Since the development of SMBG (self monitoring of blood glucose) devices in the 1980s, meters have gotten smaller, faster, and sleeker. The array of meters available in 2015, however, offers options for the patient consumer looking for a meter that fits their lifestyle and even type of diabetes. In contrast to the IQ series, which caters to the intensely managed insulin users and frequent BG checkers, is the latest offering from One Touch: the One Touch Verio. Providing useful real-time feedback is one direction in which the future of glucose monitoring is headed. Livongo, an exciting newcomer to the digital health space, offers its customers not only a sleek, modern-feeling meter with a bright color touchscreen, but with its cloud-connectivity, data from a blood glucose check triggers a response on Livongo’s end and offers the patient real-time counseling around data. Another key feature of Livongo is that users have unlimited test strips, which means the patient has the flexibility to live life with diabetes without the threat of an insurance company or physician restricting the amount of  test strips used each month. Real-time feedback and slimmer profiles with state-of-the-art interfaces are two areas where we see blood glucose meters advancing, but one meter I’m particularly excited about takes the concept of avoiding the middle (insurance plan) man and completely reinvents the model. Abbott’s Freestyle Precision Neo is as slender a meter as you will find on the market, with a battery that will last for thousands and thousands of blood glucose checks.


With test strip manufacturers losing out to some health plan and pharmacy benefit management firms in terms of who remains on formulary, having solutions for the customer that (a) are produced by trusted industry leaders, (b) feature new innovations worthy of what we expect from diabetes devices in 2015, and (c) allow the customer choice, affordability, and safety without us having to fight our physician, payor, or PBM are precisely what we deserve as consumers.
I recently had an insurance change and, after having been a One Touch customer for 15 years, I was forced to use Abbott’s Freestyle products. I wish the meter company would ask us diabetics what we would like in a meter i mean one that would test for bg,ketone and do a a1c test that is in a usb format and had buttons so you could press for the test you want and for it to be cheap and only need one type of strip would that be to much to ask i wonder. The Diabetes Media Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit media organization devoted to informing, educating, and generating community around living a healthy life with diabetes. These IME-DC Blood Glucose Testing Strips, are to be used with the IME-DC blood glucose meter. GlucoMen Visio test strips for quantitative glucose measurementin whole blood using the GlucoMen Visio meter and code chip. TRUEone is an all-in-one disposable blood glucose testing system Itincludes 50 test strips with a built-in meter for the ultimateconvenience. Please Note: Older model AlphaTRAK (Pack of 50 test strips) - These strips will NOT work with the new AlphaTRAK 2 Glucose Monitor. The Accu-Chek Aviva Glucose Control Solutions provide a quick, easy wayto ensure accurate blood glucose testing.
Do you need a meter that offers more help understanding the values and applying them to your life? In an age where we speak of precision medicine catering to the needs of the individual, we have individualized options at our…fingertips. It is slim enough to pocket, with bright readable data, and – my favorite feature – a port light that spans the top of the device that is substantial enough to check my blood glucose in the dark of night or in a movie theater without being offensive to those around me. Using the same Verio gold strips of the IQ meters, Verio is specifically marketed and designed for people with type 2 diabetes. Actionable feedback makes a phenomenal difference in the quality of self-care that people with diabetes can achieve between visits with their health care providers. The user is never more than a text message or phone call away from a CDE who can interpret the reading. While the meter itself is inexpensive ($22-27 depending on retailer), one of several features of the Neo that is revolutionary is that the strips are priced low enough that Abbott tells customers they can “skip the co-pay.” A box of 50 strips is less than $25, as low as $19 from some retailers. This is a meter with strips that are designed specifically to reduce the ever-present and genuine threat of contamination in hospital and shared-use facilities. I was extremely disappointed in both the product and, most especially, in their customer service.
My doc & nurse want me to test twice daily to better control my results and I want a meter that will allow me to load my test results on my smartphone or pc. Ultimately, your investigation should help you have the information you need to buy on these Health products. The Verio IQ, much like its smartphone-connected sister the Verio IQ Sync, is a rechargeable meter.


It is a traditional battery-operated meter, which means it cannot power both a bright color screen (which it certainly has) and a port light.
When a nurse checks a patient’s blood glucose and has to stick a finger into a traditional test strip canister, all sorts of biological contaminants are introduced into that once sterile canister. My One Touch meters have been extremely accurate according to A1cs and in comparison to lab draws. Insurance refused to cover the strips, and OneTouch didn’t offer any deals on the strips, so screwed I am. What my insurance will cover, testing reliablity and tracking are most important to me and most information is industry provided, inacurrate or outdated. These two meters are marketed to tech-savvy type 1s or others who check frequently and are accustomed to interfacing with technology. Abbott took the concept of foil-wrapped strips (familiar to users of their Precision Xtra Ketone meters) and made all strips for the Neo foil-wrapped. The Freestyle meters (Lite and Insulinx) were stunningly inaccurate compared to my One Touch. So I see the FreeStyle InsuLinx, that has a bunch of nice features like averaging, it can tell you how much insulin you need, when you take it etcetc. It’s an excellent choice for people with type 2 diabetes because it gives useful feedback on data, pointing out to the user any patterns it detects in the data and how to interpret those patterns. Another benefit to foil-wrapping of strips beyond the fact that each new strip is guaranteed to be sterile is that strips will not be  expire as quickly.
But now it looks like the strips are propriatory to the InsuLinx, and it won’t use Fredom Lite style strips, which I ave lots of!
Most of the time, the Freestyle meters fell within the FDA accuracy guidelines, but not always.
If I had relied on the Freestyle results, I would have been falling low repeatedly from correcting highs. When I attempted (three times) to contact Abbott about this, I was unsuccessful in getting a personal response.
All of the replies in response to using the contact form on their website told me to call them.
Either way, given their inaccuracy and poor customer service, I will not be using their products at all.



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Comments

  1. 16.10.2015 at 14:53:11


    Have blood glucose levels that are blood Glucose Levels Without The Finger.

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  2. 16.10.2015 at 14:39:59


    Higher or lower HbA1cs that do not have diabetes cough.

    Author: XoD_GedeN_909