Blood Glucose Monitors

That reminds me, I will also put up a section on my experience with a couple of the blood glucose monitors like the Lifescan OneTouch blood glucose meters vs. the EasyGluco glucose monitor and a few others. You can save some serious money if you sacrifice 0.2 more microliters of blood for the EasyGluco vs. the OneTouch - and I find the results comparable. I had a Control unit which was terribly unreliable and also used 0.3 microliters as the OneTouch. Apparently, the 0.3 microliter blood glucose meters are still hard to make on the cheap! I'll get the site up with info as soon as possible.

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