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Well after being a type 1 diabetic for over 22 years now, I have had and tried many a different Blood Glucose Monitors.
The one I have stuck with for a few years now and the one I can highly recommend is the Accu Chek Mobile, Since I started using Accu-Chek Mobile my life has been much easier and less regimented. I have been able to do a blood test on the spot anywhere prior to an insulin injection, including at restaurants, traveling, at friends homes, or at the movies. The device is so easy to use, and is actually less visible, as my friends thought it was a new type of mobile phone! People do not stare or feel embarrassed.
The cassettes enable me to do 50 tests, and store the results in the memory. This is a feature that eliminates the need to find a private spot to do blood sugar tests using the old individual test tapes. The finger-pricker is part of the machine and it is painless. The lances come in a cassette too. I recommend Accu-Chek Mobile for anyone who has the condition called diabetes, whether type 1 or type 2.
The all-in-one system conveniently combines tests, lancets and a finger pricker in to one sleek and easy to carry meter.
Unlike most blood glucose monitoring systems, Accu-Chek Mobile uses strip free technology. No more awkward moments with individual test strips or separate lancets, the Accu-Chek Mobile system uses a cassette containing 50 tests and the integrated finger pricker takes a user-friendly drum containing 6 lancets. Its easier, faster and more discreet.
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There is only one con to the Accu-Chek Mobile System and that is it’s a little more priced than other meters and the cassettes are slightly more expensive than the traditional test strips, but that said it is so much more convenient than traditional meters, it’s money well spent in my eyes.
Currently these machines are Free on the NHS to Type 1 Diabetics, but if you are Type 2 Diabetic the NHS do not provide Blood Glucose Meters, but I can personally say my brothers Type 2 has never been better controlled until he started regular glucose testing, it has taught him what effects different foods have on his glucose levels, meaning he can avoid the ones that send him sky-high.
If you would like to purchase an Accu-Chek Blood Glucose Meter you can buy it from Amazon Here
Spare Lancets for the finger pricker can be purchased from Amazon Here
The Cartridges can be purchased from Amazon Here
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Garry (Type 1)