|FreeStyle Freedom Lite® and FreeStyle Lite®|
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|Diabetes Pilot - PC|
|Glucofacts Deluxe Software|
|iBGStar / WaveSense|
|Diabetes Pilot - iPhone App|
Alternate Site Testing (AST) - Best Glucose Meter
Abbott today announced that its new FreeStyle InsuLinx Blood Glucose Monitoring System is now available in diabetes centres and select pharmacies across Canada. It is the first blood glucose monitoring device in North America that offers a mealtime insulin calculator for calculating suggested insulin doses.
The iBGStar is available in the US. Sanofi-Aventis announced in an e-mail today that the long awaiting iBGSTAR, the first blood glucose meter that attaches directly to the Apple iPhone, is available from Walgreens, Diabetic Care Services and Apple. Prices range (without insurance) from $71.99 (Diabetic Care Services) to $99 (Apple).
In talking with FreeStyle customer service, they told me to use different control solution ranges than what was printed on the Test Strip Vial. Call Abbott to verify your test ranges are correct. (888) 522-5226.
New FreeStyle InsuLinx Blood Glucose Meter from Abbott Diabetes Care receives FDA Clearance.
Insulinx Press Release
Update: The Insulinx meter is expected to be available in early May. Strips are available in April in 50 ct only. They look very similar to the current FreeStyle strips but they are not cross compatible.
Blood Glucose Meter Study shows which meters better adapt to varying Hematocrit Levels - Nerdy
Update to the above study. I was warned that test strips will change in their accuracy once the bottle is open. Compounds on the strip react with oxygen and a week after opening at least one major brand was less accurate..
I wonder if those test use brand new strips or strips that have been opened 4-6 time a day with fingers poking in the bottle?
Accu-Chek 360°® IR/USB cable and software from Roche
Lose It! - Weight management App
MyNetdiary - Weight Management App
iBGSTAR - iPhone App
Dia-Log.com - Online Diabetic Logbook
OneTouch® Diabetes Management Software from LifeScan
OneTouch® UltraSmart Blood Glucose meter
TRUEmanager™ Diabetes Management Software by Nipro Diagnostics
Track3 - Diabetes Care App
My Telcare - Diabetes Care App
LogFrog DB - Mobile iPhone App For Diabetes Management
Diabetes Pilot- PC and iPhone Combo
I gave the iPhone app a mixed review as a standalone product, but when combined with the PC Desktop software, this duo of diabetes management software provides diabetics with the tools to improve their diabetes care.
Hello, My name is Todd and I have type 2 diabetes. I review and rate products and services for diabetes care. I love technology and have used blood glucose meters and management software for years. I also have strong opinions about how these products should work, and I want to share what I have learned about all the cool stuff available to help you improve your diabetes care.
I will review, rate and compare glucose meters that connect to your computer, apps for your mobile devices for logging carbs, medication and blood sugars and lots of other geeky stuff too.
I only write blood glucose meter reviews after using a meter but I will comment on any meter, app, software or service if I feel they don't meet my standards of moving diabetes care management forward. If a product or service is good, I will tell you. If it sucks, I will tell you that too.
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February 2012: Confessions of a "Fat Chef":
A candid interview with Chef Jen, a contestent from the new Food Network show, Fat Chef.
January 2012: I Don’t Know Why I Can’t Lose:
Weight Tips to overcome the top five obstacles that prevent weight loss success.
October 2011: Are You Protein Deficient?
Lots of people trying to eat healthy don’t get enough of this crucial nutrientust
2011 Top 5 Diet Mistakes:
How to avoid common problems of popular diet plans.
A DIABETIC woman from Northampton has been presented with a medal to mark 70 years of coping with the condition.
When Grace Jarnell was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes while aged 12 in 1942, treatment was so basic she had to heat her own samples at home over a Bunsen burner to see if she needed insulin.
Now, more than 100,000 injections later, she has defied the worst fears of doctors and been awarded a medal in recognition of seven decades of coping with the condition.