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Re: [IP] Comparison of Meters



With a 20% error factor for meter results, its right on the money.

Ali Maleki wrote:
> 
> This is what happend to me when I tested with a OneTouch Profile:
> 
> - I first tested with a code 7 strip, expiration date 3/1999. Result: 115.
> - I then tested with a code 7 strip, expiration date 9/2000.  Result: 135.
> 
> The tests were 1 minute apart.
> The meter was not moved.
> I repeated this test with my other Profile, and got similar results.
> 
> Any explanation ?
> Is this normal ?
> 
> Thanks,
> Ali
> 
> >Michael Maturen wrote:
> >
> >> This has been stated OVER and OVER, but I guess it bears repeating:
> >> NEVER, NEVER, NEVER, NEVER compare from meter to meter.
> >>
> >> This will almost ALWAYS produce varying results, since no two meters
> >> will read exactly the same.  Even if you test with two Completes, you
> >> will likely get varying results.
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