Re: [IP] meter problems?
When BD was testing their first meter I volunteered to
help test it. Lab technicians ran the tests on me and
I was befuddled at how intricate the entire procedure
seemed to be. When I received my own meter it was one
error after another and BD support told me I was not
using it properly.
I needed a machine that was easy to use when I was
experiencing low b.g. so I used the BD for a door
--- Karin Bowman <email @ redacted> wrote:
> I only use one touch meters. the are consistently
> within 4 or 5 points of the
> lab results. When I was on MDI, I used a sliding
> scale and an Accu-Chek meter
> and about killed myself several times. My new doc
> gave me the One Touch and I
> haven't had any problems with them.
> 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 meter.
> This is apparently a known problem.
> - -----Original Message-----
> From: email @ redacted
> [mailto:email @ redacted] On
> Behalf Of
> email @ redacted
> Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2008 7:27 PM
> To: email @ redacted
> 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
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