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Didget Blood Glucose Monitoring Device From Bayer Works With Nintendo DS – Combining Gaming With Glucose Testing by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 27 Apr 2010 4:59pm Why is glucose testing becoming a game, check the link out below for more information.  Some may have a different opinion and I can understand both sides of this argument too.  By making it a game do we lose some of the importance here, or are we encouraging kids to monitor their glucose?  I can’t say myself which is perhaps the right answer.  ... Read on »
Prototype of iGlucose Product Created by Positive ID – Wireless Glucose Readings in Real Time by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 18 May 2010 4:44pm The device is small cradle that connects to any data-capable glucose meter to automatically send blood sugar readings to the iGlucose online data base.  I have covered a bit about the device before and you can read more at the link below.  The company is on to other ventures with the purchase of Easy Check Medica Diagnostics.   The company is ... Read on »
Glucose Rapid Spray - quick glucose to delay a low by Riva G. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:06am Glucose Rapid Spray was one of my finds at the American Association of Diabetes Educators' (AADE) Conference a few weeks ago as I ambled through the Exhibition Hall. I think it's a most innovative product that offers three distinct advantages--it provides what it says "rapid glucose delivery" with quick absorption through the surface of your inne ... Read on »
Glucose M2 can help manage glucose levels in the body by franklinb Posted Wed 24 Jun 2009 7:01pm By addressing your body's nutritional needs, Glucose M2 may help you manage glucose levels in your body. more on Glucose M12 here Research has shown that the ingredients contained in this unique formula may be able to enhance carbohydrate metabolism and control fluctuating blood glucose (sugar) levels. As our dietary standards get worse and ... Read on »
Abbott Glucose Test Strips: Recall - False Low Blood Glucose Results by FDA Posted Wed 22 Dec 2010 1:00pm including Precision Xceed Pro, Precision Xtra, Medisense Optium, Optium, OptiumEZ, ReliOn Ultima [Posted 12/22/2010] AUDIENCE: Endocrinology, Patients, Pharmacy ISSUE: FDA and Abbott Diabetes Care notified healthcare professionals and patients of a recall of 359 different lots of glucose test strips marketed ... Read on »
Nova Max Glucose Test Strips: Recall - May Report False, Abnormally High Blood Glucose Result by FDA Posted Mon 29 Jul 2013 2:25pm [Posted 07/29/2013] AUDIENCE: Consumer, Family Physician, Pharmacy ISSUE: Nova Diabetes Care initiated a voluntary recall of 21 lots of the Nova Max Glucose Test Strips distributed both in the USA and outside the continental USA. Nova Max Plus glucose meter kits that include test strips from the recal ... Read on »
Glucose test fun. by meggzzie Patient Expert Posted Fri 28 May 2010 5:13pm Well I clearly have plenty to say these days(!) I had an appt on the 26th, which involved me waking up at the ungodly hour of 7.30am so I could leave the house at 8am and sit through rush hour to get to the hosp for 9am. Traffics shit through Newcastle at rush hour times - normally it only takes 25 - 30 mins to get there. 20 mins if you push y ... Read on »
Free Glucose Meter and Test Strips: by Rita .. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 18 Feb 2009 12:07pm Just wanted to pass this along to anyone who might need it, or if you have a friend or relative that may need it. My coworker saw this ad on TV last night and ordered one for her mother. She also gave the information to me. Abbot Diabetes Care is giving away one free glucose meter and a sample of test strips per household. When I called, and a ... Read on »
Self-harm and glucose metabolism in women with EDs by Carrie A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 18 May 2009 10:03pm Self-injury (such as cutting or burning oneself) is fairly common amongst people with eating disorders- approximately 25% to 45% of people with eating disorders self-injure, and approximately half of those who self-injure also have eating disorders ( full article here ). Many people report a sense of dissociation while self-harming, a desire to tu ... Read on »
High Blood Pressure Bluetooth Remote Health Monitor, Glucose Monitor and more – Ideal Life by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 29 Jun 2009 4:37pm This company has a few new wireless data reporting medical devices.  The one mentioned in the study was the blood pressure device.  These devices all have Bluetooth too.  There’s also the option of connecting to a phone line to transmit as well.  The glucose machine is pretty wild, just place your finger on the top and off the information goe ... Read on »