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Roche markets the disetronic spirit insulin pump as the ACCU-CHEK pump. The ACCU-CHEK pump system includes the following: an insulin pump, a Palm PDA and ACCU-CHEK Pocket compass software, for doing bolus calculations.


Roche markets the disetronic spirit insulin pump as the ACCU-CHEK pump. The ACCU-CHEK pump system includes the following: an insulin pump, a Palm PDA and ACCU-CHEK Pocket compass software, for doing bolus calculations.


To remain accurate, some meters need to be cleaned of residual blood that may have gotten on sensitive parts of the meter. Other meters are designed so that these components are not exposed, thereby eliminating the need for cleaning.


The results of the tests of accuracy and consistency of 11 popular meters were published in the October 2001 issue of Consumer Reports. The article defined consistency as (the ability to give similar readings on successive tests of the same blood sample( and accuracy as (how closely the readings agreed with the standard lab results.( [Note: Add the page of quote from Consumer Reports ( pg. 38].


Product: Accu-Chek AdvantageManufacturer: Roche Diagnostics9115 Hague RoadPO Box 50457Indianapolis, IN 46256phone: 800-858-8072web site: www.accu-chek.comPrice: $65.


Product: Accu-Chek Voicemate SystemManufacturer: Roche Diagnostics Corporation9115 Hague Road, PO Box 50457Indianapolis, IN 46256phone: 800-858-8072web site: www.accu-chek.comPrice: $495 to $525; Accu-Chek Compass Software: $29.99; Interface Cable: $30.


For patients at Encompass Health rehabilitation hospitals, the MyEncompass Health Caregiver App offers you, your family and your loved ones access to real-time progress toward your goals and an overview of your care plan in a secure manner.


Für Nutzer computergestützter Datenmanagement-Systeme unterstützt der neue Accu-Chek Sensor weitere - auch telemedizinische - Anwendungen. Mit Hilfe beispielsweise der Infrarotschnittstelle Accu-Chek IR-Key können die gespeicherten Blutzuckermesswerte drahtlos auf den Handheldcomputer (Accu-chek Pocket Compass) und auf den PC (Accu-Chek Compass) übertragen, dort ausgewertet und via E-Mail an den Arzt übermittelt werden.


The results of the tests of accuracy and consistency of 11 popular meters were published in the October 2001 issue of Consumer Reports. The article defined consistency as "the ability to give similar readings on successive tests of the same blood sample" and accuracy as "how closely the readings agreed with the standard lab results" (p. 38).


The advantages of the three meters that were rated the highest by Consumer Reports are that they are all small and lightweight and were rated "very good" in both accuracy and consistency. The accuracy and consistency of the testing technology used in the Prestige IQ was also rated by Consumer Reports; that meter was rated "fair" in accuracy and "poor" in consistency.


Off-the-shelf blood glucose meters, such as the One Touch Ultra, the Accu-Chek Advantage, and the FreeStyle, are highly portable, accurate, and consistent. They leave something to be desired when it comes to ease of use and font size, however. The Prestige IQ offers the largest font, but doesn't measure up to the other meters in either ease of use or accuracy and consistency.


The Sof-Tact is the most interesting of the meters we evaluated because its automated approach makes it the easiest to use. However, since it uses new technology, the real test is feedback from users. Until we hear from Sof-Tact users whether they like the device, we prefer to say that it shows much promise. In addition, at present the only data on accuracy is available from the manufacturer by calling 866-763-8228 and requesting a white paper. But if you are in the market for a blood glucose meter and can consider an off-the-shelf system, speak with your physician or certified diabetes educator about the Sof-Tact. Keep in mind that the Sof-Tact is about $200, which is considerably more expensive than the others. If you prefer to stay with the tried and true, we recommend the Accu-Chek Advantage, since it has been well tested and has the most ease-of-use features. Of course, the best way to determine if you can read the display is to view the meter before you buy it.


Consumer Reports evaluated the Advantage but not the Voicemate's speech module. Overall, the Advantage was rated second best from among 11 blood glucose monitors that it evaluated and was given a "very good" rating on both accuracy and consistency. Consumer Reports defined consistency as "the ability to give similar readings on successive tests of the same blood sample" and accuracy as "how closely the readings agreed with the standard lab results."


The SureStep with the Mini-Digi-Voice module is smaller than the Accu-Chek Voicemate, offers slightly faster response time, and was slightly more accurate in tests done by Consumer Reports. The Accu-Chek Voicemate is easier to use because of such features as code key calibration, capillary strips with a tactile notch, and the use of a smaller blood sample. In addition, it does not require cleaning. Speech access is acceptable in both.


To control diabetes, you need to use a blood glucose meter often. Since the meter is a device that, by the nature of what it does, is somewhat unpleasant to use, we think ease-of-use is extremely important and outweighs a slight difference in accuracy, a longer response time, and a higher cost. The One Touch SureStep used with the Mini-Digi-Voice speech module is a good system, but the Voicemate is our choice because it is easier to use. We are not comfortable recommending systems that are based on the One Touch Profile or the One Touch Basic, since they are not as easy to use as either the Voicemate or the SureStep.


The GlucoWatch Biographer from Cygnus is a wristwatch-like device that uses a low-frequency electrical current to draw out and measure glucose through the skin at predetermined intervals. It provides readings of up to three times an hour, day or night, for up to 12 hours at a stretch. It also creates a diary of up to 4,000 glucose readings over time. However, it is not designed to replace finger-stick testing entirely and must be calibrated with a blood test daily to identify blood glucose trends accurately. It costs about $2,700 with accessories.


In the U.S the software is free(If you don't mind having your results storedon-line). It is exactly the same as the U.K version !!!U.S Web link:- www.accu-chek.comSoftware's called Diabetes Assistant.I'm pretty sure you can download the drivers from there as well, but don'tquote me on that :)Yet again the U.K gets ripped of.Phil CType I, dx 5 yrs, North Wales


I've just bought the software an IR adaptor and I'm very pleased withit. At the same time I had them send me some free batteries andcontrol solution for my two active meters. The helpline were veryerr... helpfull.p.s. you can use the IR adaptor for connecting your mobile phone toyour pc too (nokia data suite for 8310 works nicely), only to use thecompass software you have to disable the IR port in the device manageras the compass software seems to access it directy (with its own builtin drivers) and sees a conflict if you have the XP IR port driversenabled.


I paid my money and ordered the software which at 29 was not a bad price.I got the software supplied with a Tekram IRMate210B a quality industry stdIrDa device and cables. The drivers are built into the Compass program sousing any external drivers will stop the diabetes program downloadingproperly. It works fine. It didn't take forever to arrive and I calledRoche who talked me through the installation. No problems at all. It isjust as good as the Ultra software with all the cables for that. I use bothmeters as the Ultra is my "work" meter. I have no preference between themexcept the finger pricker on the Active is less painful and the Ultra tendsto give a slightly higher reading!BTW. With the windows drivers installed I can use the IR device with myphone and printer... bonus. The only problem I've had was when I moved toWindows XP as at that time the compass program would not work with windows.These IR devices aren't especially cheap so the cost isn't that bad!Martin.--[mart64, dx August 1998, T2)][NovoRapid x3 & Insulatard x2 (mostly)][Metformin - 4x500mg, Atorvastatin 1x10mg, Losartan Potassium 1x50mg]


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