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Re: [IP] Lifescan Ultra vs Amira At Last



Jennifer,
I have been using the At-Last since Christmas.  I like it because it is all
one mechanism.  The lancet device and the machine are all one piece.  It
stores 10 readings but no time nor date.  This is good for me because now I
HAVE to write down my levels.  The little pouch it comes with is very
convenient and it has a place to store a logbook.  In the evenings I just
jot down my daily readings on the computer logbook.  It does have a slot on
the side of the machine, not sure if this is for downloading or what but I
have never used it.  I do recommend this machine and I have used all
different ones.  I have used all of the Lifescans (Profile, Basic, FastTake)
but this does use the least amount of blood and is very fast and accurate.

Hope this helps you,
Melissa
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jennifer C. Haugland" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Monday, March 19, 2001 9:19 PM
Subject: [IP] Lifescan Ultra vs Amira At Last


> I went to the pharmacy to check out the Lifescan Ultra glucometer but they
> carry the Amira At Last one.  Does anyone have experience with At Last?  I
> went to the Amira web site and it looks like it is a simpler model.  I
> didn't see indication that it could save readings and download them onto
> the computer.  Is that important?  Are there people downloading the
numbers
> onto the program that Lifescan offers?  Any other comments?  Thanks
>
> Jennifer Haugland (Jennifer Cardinale, DVM)
> email @ redacted
> 399 Critchfield Rd.
> Somerset, PA 15501
> 814-444-8618
>
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