Re: [IP] meter problems?
I have never had any problems with my BD Link meter...except having one go
missing while in the hospital!
I have two UltraSmart meters I use when I get a reading that I believe is
either high or low and the UltraSmart and BD meter are never more than a few
(2-4 points of each other.
Kathy Barbis <email @ redacted> wrote:
i only use my link meter if i feel low and my flash is far away from me... I
also have a freestyle lite now. i am just waiting on strips from the mail
order idiots before i can start using it. At that point, the link meter is
going by the wayside. i will use my flash as my back up and my lite as my
I know there are some people that have had issues with Freestyle meters. i
had to have my fist flash replaced as it was giving me wacky readings. But
other than that, all my freestyles have been awesome.
On 4/23/08, Tina Wainright wrote:
> My dr's office has warned me not to use the BD meter. They have heard of
> bad situations (though not frequent) to suggest people use a different
> This is apparently a known problem.
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> Subject: Re: [IP] meter problems?
> >>Those BD meters seem to be notoriously inaccurate. It is rare to hear
> >>from someone who trusts them. Use your OneTouch, and manually enter
> >>the reading into the pump. Wait until Medtronics starts shipping the
> >>new Lifescan meter to do the meter upload to the pump.
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