Re: Re: [IP] BD Test Strips vs One Touch Ultra
When we /I go anywhere, Always carry my Flash. Texas heat does not seem to
bother it I keep the BD meter at home. BTW, I've started putting half of a
vial of BD strips into a empty BD vial. Now I don't have to spill them all
over the floor trying to get a strip out of a new vial of strips :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Woodlands" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Sunday, June 04, 2006 3:54 PM
Subject: RE: Re: [IP] BD Test Strips vs One Touch Ultra
> The post by Rick Stockton, is correct! It is the only thing that I
> about the BD link meter and the BD Strips... We live in Colorado...in the
> winder we keep our home at 60 degrees at night...to test sometimes can
> the need to warm up the Link meter before testing....that takes time. In
> summer leaving the tester in the car is also not a good thing... If I am
> along and wish to test before driving and have left the tester in the car,
> "what man doesn't at times?" to test means getting out the alternate
> tester, FreeStyle for me. Yes, there is a small difference in the
> But to know that I am over 100 is at that time is most important and the
> FreeStyle has never failed me when either cold or hot...so it's just
> one of the times that I as a diabetic need to adjust to.
> If life was simple it would have been simple, we would not be enjoying the
> competition of life. My wife says that I have a problem with reality... I
> don't think so!~
> A portion of the original post...
>>the bottom of one BD strip's testing range is
>>59 F (that's terrible!) The top of the range for your BD strip is
> probably less than the the 2nd place '104 F' strips, maybe MUCH less.
>>Anyway, it's so bad that they don't even offer it on their website.
>>Maybe the "patient information" insert in the strip retail packages?
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