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Re: [IP] A couple of questions...



How is the Accu-chex designed specifically for the pump.   I use the
Accu-chex  & have the software for the computer.
----- Original Message -----
From: "jhughey" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Monday, April 08, 2002 6:05 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] A couple of questions...


> From: email @ redacted
> >>> are there any BG meters that have a backlight so you can see in the
> dark?  >>>
>
> The Accu-Chek Complete (Roche 800-858-8072) meter is backlighted and the
> numbers are about 1/2" tall and very easy to read. It stores 1000 dated
> tests and was designed specifically for pumpers. There are other data that
> it can hold, also. It's a little larger than a PC mouse - I like it and it
> has the sippy-type strips (Comfort Curve).
>
> >>The second question is, is there some type of chart that you can look at
> to figure out what your A1C might be, like if your average BG is 135, what
> that is in A1C numbers?  >>
>
> I got the following from the ADA website:
>
> TO COMPARE
> GHb (%HbA1C) Avg BG (mg/dl)
>  4........                .......60
>  5........                .......90
>  6........                ......120
>  7........                ......150
>  8........                ......180
>  9........                ......210
> 10.......                .......240
> 11.......                .......270
> 12.......                .......300
> 13.......                .......330
>
> HTH - can't help with the diet pill question. (~_^)
>
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