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Re: [IP] Accu-Chek Complete vs. OneTouch Profile(some questions)

Dan0, no meter is covered by the insurance company!!! NONE! So I buy
whatever is cheaper, always remembering that there is a difference in the
test results...
At 09:58 AM 3/26/1998 -0700, Dan Oliver wrote:
>At 10:45 3/26/98 -0600, Dorothy wrote:
>>Hey guys...I did a check myself and found that my accuchek advantage was 22
>>mg/dl higher consistently than my profile...but it was CONSISTENT so I did
>>the same thing that Dan did and just changed my target range...I like the
>>profile better but that's just personal preference and the fact that my
>>advantage seems to error out too much and I have to pay for the strips
>>myself! (insurance doesn't cover them YET until I actually go on the pump,
>>then they might have no CHOICE!)
>I'd opt for whichever meter the insurance company will cover strips for!
>If that turns out to be the Advantage, then you might consider getting an
>Accu-Chek Complete, which uses the same strips as the Advantage but has
>several useful data-analysis features, beyond even what the Profile meter has.
>Insulin-Pumpers website   http://www.bizsystems.com/Diabetes/

Insulin-Pumpers website   http://www.bizsystems.com/Diabetes/