RE: [IP] meter problems?
I believe NovzMax strips codes are now 20 .....don't have to change the code
set it and forget it.:)
Also MM is working with Lifescan to produce a new meter on the One Touch
platform.....They said """it would be out in early 2008 '''''' :(
Brad Bergman <email @ redacted> wrote:
There is a control #, but the meter is programmed/set to correspond with the
bottle's control #, and the tests fell within the acceptable variation.
Though the rep couldn't explain why the variation between meters was outside
the acceptable control range.
I just spoke to my main Medtronic rep and they told me they're working on a
new meter with a different company... So I'm guessing others have had
similar problems with NovaMax...?
One thing I hope they improve: when the pump reminds me to check my sugars,
and I check my sugar, even thought the meter transmits the reading, I still
need to manually cancel the reminder. Seems to me it should recognize the
new meter reading and auto-cancel the reminder.
From: email @ redacted
[mailto:email @ redacted] On Behalf Of Ted Wolf
Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2008 2:32 PM
To: email @ redacted
Subject: Re: [IP] meter problems?
>>First, does the paradigm link have control numbers on the test strip
>>container... in other words does the meter have to be told the
>>fluctuation value of the strips? If so, is the correct number entered?
>>If so, I would demand a replacement meter... that is way too much
>>deviation. If not, then I would enter the correct number, and try
>>the experiment again.
>>My 2c worth...admittedly, you probably overpaid for it! :)
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