THE TOP TEN Glucose Meters
For those who suffer from diabetes checking blood sugar levels is of the utmost importance. Being able to keep track of it at home using a glucose meter can be a large part of successfully managing the disease. There are several different types of glucose meters for people to choose from. With many of the latest technological advancements, checking glucose levels at home is easy, and in many cases pain free. There are large ones and small ones, some with built-in memories for storing and comparing test results and meters that test using different amounts of blood samples; or using none at all. No matter what type of meter is selected, accuracy of results is perhaps the most important feature. Testing blood glucose levels is part of a healthy regimen that helps keep diabetes manageable. Here are the top ten glucose meters. For more about Gluco Vista see, http://www.efraimlanda.com/efraimlanda-glucovista.html
For those who suffer from diabetes checking blood sugar levels is of the utmost importance. Being able to keep track of it at home using a glucose meter can ... more
The Bayer Contour is accurate and small.
ReliOn Micro is one of the easiest units to use and it is very accurate.
The Prodigy Voice Meter is great for those who have any kind of visual problems.
The WAveSense Jazz by Agamatrix has a built in memory for ease of monitoring progress.
Lifescan’s Ultra2 is a common favorite on the market.
True2go by Nipro is a nice sized meter for portability.
FreeStyle Life Meter is a very small and easy to use glucose meter.
Compact PLUS is a great choice for those who do not see well.
Breeze@Meter is a very accurate and fast meter.
The Aviva is one of the least painful and tests accurately on the first try most of the time.
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