Re: [IPk] something cheerful for the adventurers on here
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- Subject: Re: [IPk] something cheerful for the adventurers on here
- From: Melissa Ford <email @ redacted>
- Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2012 18:04:18 +0000
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Meters can have different operating temperatures depending on how
they're made, even if they come from the same manufacturer.
(dragging up old memories from working in that world!)
On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 5:55 PM, Diana Maynard <email @ redacted>
> Ah I see - I knew they had some partnership but hadn't realised that
> Medtronic had put their name to it too.
> Interesting because my Bayer Ascensia meter (and also older Bayer meters)
> all worked well even when the temp sign was showing and they were in
> sub-zero conditions!
> On 23/02/12 17:51, Melissa Ford wrote:
>> Hi Di
>> I think that'll be the Bayer ContourLink.
>> It says Medtronic as well as Bayer on it:
>> On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 5:39 PM, Diana Maynard<email @ redacted>
>>> Hi Steve
>>> I didn't know that Medtronic made their own meters, apart from the CGM.
>>> On 13/02/12 22:55, Steve Boorman wrote:
>>>> My Medtronic meter just won't function when its cold and the temperature
>>>> warning shows.
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