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    Easy Touch Diabetes Testing Kit - Easy Touch Meter, 100 Easy Touch Blood Glucose Test Strips, 100 O'well Lancets 30g, Easy Touch Lancing Device, Owner’s Manual & Carry Case
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    OWell


    List Price: $39.99
    Price: $39.99


    • FRESH & LONG EXPIRATION DATE: 12-24 Months Expiration Date Guaranteed.
    • FAST & ACCURATE RESULTS: CLIA Certified Accuracy, Fast 5-second test time & small 0.5 µL blood sample.
    • SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: This product is backed by an 18 month Warranty on ALL components (provided exclusively by OTC Outlet).
    • STARTER KIT: Includes; Easy Touch Blood Glucose Meter, 100 Easy Touch Test Strips, 100 OWell Painless Design Lancets, Easy Touch Lancing Device, Manual, Log Book & Carry Case.
    • EASY AND SIMPLE TO USE: Works right out of the box. Easy and simple diabetic monitor to test with alternate site testing, no coding required, 4 alarm settings with saved glucose level tests with time, date, and 7, 14, & 30 day averaging.

    Care Touch Ketone Testing Kit - Blood Glucose and Ketone Meter w Strip Ejection, 10 Ketone Blood Test Strips, 10 Lancets, Lancing Device, Carrying Case for Diabetics and Ketogenic, Paleo, Atkins Diet
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    Care Touch


    List Price: $40.99
    Price: $40.99


    • DAILY ALARMS - Never lose track of the time with 4 daily alarms to keep you alert.
    • FAST RESULTS with SMALL BLOOD SAMPLE - Get results in as little as 10 seconds with just 1.0µL blood sample.
    • HYGIENIC STRIP EJECTION - Our state-of-the-art monitoring system includes a single touch strip ejection, so you no longer have to worry about manually removing the soiled strip.
    • CARE TOUCH WARRANTY - We stand by our products and therefore all our products include a 1 year warranty.
    • MEMORY - Keep a survey of your health using the memory storage capable of saving up to 1000 readings.

CES 2012: Measure Your Blood Sugar, Wirelessly

The logotype works like a traditional blood sugar meter. A user inserts a test journey into a slot on the device, pricks a finger to get a drop of blood, then touches the take off to the strip and waits for the meter to read glucose level. What the meter does

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It also offers improved functions such as customizable test reminders, pre- and postmeal markers and normally glucose calculation. The Accu-Chek Nano meter uses Accu-Chek® SmartView test strips and will be convenient to customers in the first half of

First and Only Meter to Look for Patterns of High and Low Blood Sugar and ...

Designed for preciseness and precision, the new OneTouch Verio Gold Test Strip is the only strip that works with the OneTouch VerioIQ Meter. Together, this no-coding system exceeds ISO(3) preciseness criteria and features SmartScan(TM) Technology that scans

Diabetic Tester That Talks to iPhones and Doctors

Diabetic Tester That Talks to iPhones and Doctors To most other glucose meters, it has a large color screen that allows it to display educational graphics and messages. One drawback is the price. While many diabetes meters cost well under $50, or are disengage (the money is in the test strips),

Non-Invasive Diabetes Diagnosis and Monitoring

Non invasive testing

Treating diabetes needs constant monitoring and maintenance which poses a major burden for the afflicted, their communities and their families. Moreover, increasing rates of diabetes is taxing on national economies and healthcare systems.

Present diagnostic standards and therapies for diabetes are burdensome and invasive, but latest advances in medical sensing technology has put non-invasive diabetes testing and blood glucose monitoring in reach of Medical Researchers. Avantes is proud to be on the forefront of the exciting advances evolving in the area of biomedical sensing.

Current Standards for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Diabetes

The diagnosis and ongoing management of diabetes presently needs direct measurement of blood glucose or glycated hemoglobin levels. There are a few methods used by medical professionals, including the random or fasting blood sugar tests and glucose tolerance tests. These methods are mainly referred to as amperometric detection tests because the reaction of blood sugar to a reagent produces a small electrical charge in proportion to the levels of sugar in the sample. This method can be extremely accurate when carried out in a laboratory setting and is also well understood and standardized.

Is there any way to use glucose test strips without a diabetic meter?

I found a science fair project online that's testing the glucose levels in fruits. It told me that I needed glucose test strips, and glucose tablets, fruit, and that's all. I bought the strips, and when I tried them, nothing happened. There was also


Sorry hon! you must get the proper meter to use the test strips as they are coded to certain meters and won't work otherwise.

But the test strips usually read only to about 400, some of them read to 600 then they read HI which is not a


Sorry hon! you must get the proper meter to use the test strips as they are coded to certain meters and won't work otherwise.

But the test strips usually read only to about 400, some of them read to 600 then they read HI which is not a


I'm presuming that you're in the United States, dear lady, seeing as the Science Buddies website gives values in $ (dollars).

If you take a look at the following page, it seems that there's a website that will give you up to 5 test strips

Why do blood glucose test strips require coding?

Many blood glucose testing strips require that a code be entered into the meter that is indicated on the test strip container. I have no idea why this is required. Plus, what makes such a tiny piece of plastic worth $1 a strip?!


The strips work based on an enzymatic reaction between the chemicals on the strip and the glucose content of the sample. For any particular batch of the enzyme coating they put on a strip, the reaction to a specific amount of glucose can be slightly different


It identifies the strip to the machine and is used to help insure you get a correct reading. Plus what makes it cost $1 a strip is all the chemicals that are used in the testing, the research before they were made, the packaging and the marketing of them.


just wanted to reply to one of your responses... the retired nurse... in my view..and not saying I know everything, its price gauging to the most needy charging a dollar a stick... come on.

i can go to the 99 cent store and get a radio