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They Said What About Diabetes Meter Accuracy?

They Said What About Diabetes Meter Accuracy?

There's a lot of renewed chatter about glucose meter accuracy in diabetes tech and regulatory circles right now -- and not just the usual complaints about why the FDA doesn't require a higher level of accuracy for approval of new products. Even though the FDA is (finally) considering tightening standards on meter accuracy requirements, new studies are showing that our meters are not even meeting the existing standards over time, in the years that we continue to use them long after the original product was reviewed by FDA. A recent Diabetes Technology Society meeting, which brought together a big group of scientists, doctors, regulatory and pharma folk, focused on the issue of inaccurate glucose monitors on the market and how to potentially enforce improved meter quality. Until recently, the international standard for blood glucose monitors (the ISO standard) required that 95% of results within range or slightly elevated be within +/- 20% of the true value. New standards approved internationally in mid-May pushed that accuracy requirement up to +/- 15%, and the FDA is currently reviewing whether it will adopt this same stricter standard as formal guidance here in the U.S. A decision could be announced by the end of 2013. However, studies show that 25% or more of the meters already on the market don't even meet the existing accuracy standards, and that pre-market accuracy requirements are not sufficient because there's no way to make sure these products remain accurate once they're on the shelves for PWDs to buy. Things look to get even worse thanks to the federal government's push to expand competitive bidding that encourages cost-analysis of medical products rather than quality assurance. According to the DTS organizers, FDA officials acknowledged at the meeting that me Continue reading >>

Newer Portable Glucose Meters—analytical Improvement Compared With Previous Generation Devices?

Newer Portable Glucose Meters—analytical Improvement Compared With Previous Generation Devices?

Background: Newer glucose meters are easier to use, but direct comparisons with older instruments are lacking. We wished to compare analytical performances of four new and four previous generation meters. Methods: On average, 248 glucose measurements were performed with two of each brand of meter on capillary blood samples from diabetic patients attending our outpatient clinic. Two to three different lots of strips were used. All measurements were performed by one experienced technician, using blood from the same sample for the meters and the comparison method (Beckman Analyzer 2). Results were evaluated by analysis of clinical relevance using the percentage of values within a maximum deviation of 5% from the reference value, by the method of residuals, by error grid analysis, and by the CVs for measurements in series. Results: Altogether, 1987 blood glucose values were obtained with meters compared with the reference values. By error grid analysis, the newer devices gave more accurate results without significant differences within the group (zone A, 98–98.5%). Except for the One Touch II (zone A, 98.5%), the other older devices were less exact (zone A, 87–92.5%), which was also true for all other evaluation procedures. Conclusions: New generation blood glucose meters are not only smaller and more aesthetically appealing but are more accurate compared with previous generation devices except the One Touch II. The performance of the newer meters improved but did not meet the goals of the latest American Diabetes Association recommendations in the hands of an experienced operator. Self-monitoring of blood glucose (SMBG)1 is widely used because intensive insulin therapy has become a standard treatment regimen in type 1 diabetic patients (1)(2)(3) and recommendations for Continue reading >>

Performance Analysis Of The Onetouch® Ultravue™ Blood Glucose Monitoring System

Performance Analysis Of The Onetouch® Ultravue™ Blood Glucose Monitoring System

Go to: Introduction The worldwide prevalence of diabetes is expected to rise from 2.8% in 2000 to 4.4% in 2030, with a corre-sponding increase in the number of people with this disorder from 171 million to 366 million.1 Devel-oped and developing countries are expected to have an even higher diabetes prevalence by 2030. In Japan, for example, diabetes is expected to affect 8.9 million people by 2030, representing an increase in prevalence of nearly 25% from 2000.1 Notably, the largest increase in diabetes prevalence is expected among the elderly. By 2030, it is estimated that there will be more than 48 million diabetes patients in developed countries and more than 82 million patients in developing countries who are aged ≥65 years.1 Self-monitoring of blood glucose (SMBG) is a valuable tool for helping patients to achieve and then maintain target blood glucose levels to reduce risk of diabetes-related complications.2–5 Modern handheld blood glucose meters are small, easy to handle, simple to use, and require very little blood. In analytical and clinical studies, these meters provide clinically acceptable accuracy at rates ≥95%, thereby allowing patients and clinicians to monitor glycemic control and then modify treatment as needed.6 However, elderly patients with diabetes may have trouble holding or viewing some smaller devices, and consequently require a device that is easier to handle and use. OneTouch® UltraVue™ is a new meter for SMBG designed for the Japanese diabetes population, particularly elderly patients with poor eyesight, a weak grip, or shaky hands. The meter includes a color liquid crystal display capable of displaying characters from Chinese and Japanese languages, a no-contact used-strip ejector, and a no-button interface (Figure 1). The system ut Continue reading >>

Quick Start Guide Advanced Glucose Meter

Quick Start Guide Advanced Glucose Meter

Prepare the Lancing System Have questions regarding use of your CVS Health™ Advanced Glucose Meter? 8100-10215 R ev A In case of emergency, contact your healthcare professional or emergency medical response. CVS Health™ Advanced Glucose Meter Test Strips or Control Solution are not included and are available separately. Control Solution is available by calling 1 (800) 895-2430. The CVS Health™ Advanced Blood Glucose Monitoring System allows you to check your glucose levels with capillary whole blood. For complete instructions, see your CVS Health™ Advanced Glucose Meter Owner’s Guide. WARNING: The CVS Health™ Advanced Lancing Device MUST be used ONLY to obtain a blood sample by a single person for self-testing. Do not use any lancet or lancing device that has been used by another person. Lancing System 1) Cocking Handle 2) Depth Adjustment Dial 3) Depth Indicator Window 4) Release Button 5) Lancet Holder Cup 6) Lancing Device Cap 7) Alternate Site Testing Cap (Clear) 8) Lancet 9) Lancet Cover Test Strip 1) Contact Bars: insert this end into the test strip port 2) Visual Fill Window: completely fills when enough sample is applied 3) Sample Area: blood or control solution applied here Blood Glucose Meter 1) Display 2) CHECK Button: confirm or make a selection 3) DOWN Arrow Button: scrolls forward 4) UP Arrow Button: scrolls backward 5) BACKLIGHT Button 6) Test Strip Port Blood Glucose Testing Steps (For complete instructions, see your CVS Health™ Advanced Glucose Meter Owner’s Guide) CAUTION: To ensure accurate results, wash your hands with warm, soapy water, rinse and thoroughly dry before every test. Insert the test strip into the meter:1 Remove test strip from blood sample when you hear the beep 5 Lance test site:2 The Continue reading >>

2016 Blood Glucose Meter Comparisons

2016 Blood Glucose Meter Comparisons

Choose Your Blood Glucose Meter Wisely! These days, there is lots of emphasis on accuracy, particularly when it comes to continuous glucose monitors (and their ability to match blood glucose values) and insulin pumps (and their ability to deliver doses with extreme precision). But let’s not forget about that trusty, dusty blood glucose meter that has been a staple of diabetes management. Why is meter accuracy so important? For those who take rapid-acting insulin to cover meals and “correct” out-of-range blood sugar readings, accurate readings are necessary for determining the right dose. Inaccurate readings can lead to over- or under-dosing, which can produce dangerously high or low blood sugar results. An inaccurate meter can also cause a person to treat hypoglycemia inappropriately (if the meter reads too low) or miss the need for treatment (if the meter reads too high). And finally, with so many people using CGM systems, proper calibration is a must. The more accurate the fingerstick readings, the better the CGM will perform. Of course, no meter will provide accurate results if the user fails to use proper technique. That means: Making sure the finger (or other test area) is clean Using the test strips prior to their expiration date Keep the strips sealed in their bottle to prevent exposure to light and humidity Applying enough blood to fill the test strip completely. Never exposing the strips to extreme hot or cold temperatures. Coding the meter (if required) Our team believes that meters should be within 10% of lab values to be considered accurate. One of the more important things you can do to ensure accurate results is to choose the right meter. Blood glucose meters vary widely in terms of accuracy. Accuracy is determined by comparing measurements obtained Continue reading >>

Why Ketone Measurements Are Important

Why Ketone Measurements Are Important

Nova Max Plus incorporates advanced technology for accurate and precise self-monitoring of blood glucose and ketones by people with diabetes. Nova Max Plus has the most comprehensive features for fast, easy, and error-free blood glucose and ketone monitoring. Glucose and Ketones on the Same Meter The Nova Max Plus Glucose Meter automatically converts itself to a Ketone meter by inserting the Nova Max Plus Ketone strip. Why Ketone Measurements Are Important Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) is a life-threatening metabolic complication of diabetes with a mortality rate of 2%-10%1 DKA is the leading cause of hospitalization, morbidity, and death in children with type 1 diabetes 2 The use of a blood test for early detection of increased blood ketone levels can help to avert DKA3,4,5 According to the ADA, blood ketone testing should be performed on sick days and whenever glucose is greater than 250-300 mg/dL. Laffel L. Endocrinol Metab Clin North Am 2000;29:707-723. Casteels K et al. Rev Endoc Metab Disord 2003;4(2):159-166. Laffel LM et al. Diabet Med 2005;23(3):278-284. Umpierrex GE et al. Treat Endocrinol 2003;2(2):95-108. Guerci B et al. Diabetes Metab 2005;31:401-406. ADA. Diabetes Care 2004;27:S91-103. No Coding Needed Miscoded meters can lead to glucose errors as large as 50%.1 2 Boyd, J. et al. (2003). Quality specifications for glucose meters: Assessment by simulation modeling of errors in insulin dose. Clinical Chemistry, 47(2), 209-214. Raine, C. (2007). Significant insulin dose errors may occur if blood glucose results are obtained from miscoded meters. Journal of Diabetes Science & Technology, 1(2). No Maltose Error Nova Max Plus prevents falsely elevated glucose results due to non glucose sugars in the blood such as maltose. Test strips that use the glucose dehydroge Continue reading >>

Affordable Diabetes Care At Cvs Pharmacy #cvshealthysolutions

Affordable Diabetes Care At Cvs Pharmacy #cvshealthysolutions

Affordable Diabetes Care At CVS Pharmacy #CVSHealthySolutions Disclosure: Im proud to partner with CVS/pharmacy for this campaign. I am being sponsored by CVS/pharmacy for my posts and activities, but all opinions expressed are my own, and all product claims or program details shared should be verified at CVS.com or with the appropriate manufacturers. Kathy is very special to me. Shes my boyfriends mom! Ive known her since my teenage years and have definitely been getting to know her better this past year. Weve laughed together, cried together. Im sure weve gotten on each others nerves as well! Haha But at the end of the day, we love each other! Shes been like a mother to me! If my mother were still alive, I know they would of gotten along great! Speaking of which- my mom was pre-diabetic and well, Kathy is diabetic. Ive been with her before during dizzy spells and its a bit scary! So it is essential that she has high-quality products to help manage diabetes. I love that CVS Brand products are affordable and include the same active ingredients as national brands! Best of all, CVS Brand products come with a 100% money-back guarantee.I think its great that you cantry products risk-free! *Use with CVS/pharmacy Advanced Glucose Meter Test Strips I love CVS! I love that you can go there to pick up a wide range of items, including high-quality products to help manage diabetes. I often go there to get makeup and household items as well. The folks at the pharmacy are always so friendly and helpful! Actually, everyone who works there is usually very friendly and helpful! Oh- and we cant forget the CVS ExtraCare rewards program ! They always have awesome deals, and those ExtraBucks rewards? LOVE THEM! Kathy and I always hit up CVS for their awesome deals! You want your loved one Continue reading >>

Is Your Blood Glucose Meter Accurate?

Is Your Blood Glucose Meter Accurate?

DiaTribe has an article on glucose meter accuracy by Jeemin Kwon and Adam Brown. I quote: Results from the Diabetes Technology Society’s Blood Glucose Meter Surveillance Program identifies only six out of 18 meters that passed. Did yours make the cut? The Diabetes Technology Society (DTS) recently revealed long-awaited results from its Blood Glucose Monitor System (BGMS) Surveillance Program. The rigorous study tested the accuracy of 18 popular blood glucose meters (BGM) used in the US. These FDA-cleared meters were purchased through retail outlets and tested rigorously at three study sites in over 1,000 people (including 840 people with diabetes). The results were troubling: only six out of the 18 devices met the DTS passing standard for meter accuracy – within 15% or 15 mg/dl of the laboratory value in over 95% of trials. The devices that passed were: Contour Next from Ascensia (formerly Bayer) – 100% Accu-Chek Aviva Plus from Roche – 98% Walmart ReliOn Confirm (Micro) from Arkray – 97% CVS Advanced from Agamatrix – 97% FreeStyle Lite from Abbott – 96% Accu-Chek SmartView from Roche – 95% The devices that failed were: Walmart ReliOn Prime from Arkray – 92% OneTouch Verio from LifeScan – 92% Prodigy Auto Code from Prodigy – 90% OneTouch Ultra 2 from LifeScan – 90% Walmart ReliOn Ultima from Abbott – 89% Contour Classic from Bayer – 89% Embrace from Omnis Health – 88% True Result from HDI/Nipro – 88% True Track from HDI/Nipro – 81% Solus V2 from BioSense Medical – 76% Advocate Redi-Code+ from Diabetic Supply of Suncoast – 76% Gmate Smart from Philosys – 71% Source: Are Blood Glucose Meters Accurate? New Data on 18 Meters | diaTribe Jardiance is a diabetes drug in the class called SGLT2 inhibitors. How do they work? Our kidneys fil Continue reading >>

Alphatrak Vs Human Glucose Meter – Part I

Alphatrak Vs Human Glucose Meter – Part I

The debate between using a human meter vs the AlphaTrak has been floating around the internet for a while now. Most of the theories I’ve read about is the dog/cat meters just cost more due to the fact that the meter is for a dog/cat (just a marketing ploy). But I’ve never seen any hard evidence that proves a human meter works just as well as the AlphaTrak for testing glucose levels on a dog. As recommended by my Vet I’ve always used the AlphaTrak. As an inexpensive way of testing glucose levels for patients they tried several human meters before the AlphaTrak came out. The human meters all provided a rough accuracy but not the accuracy of the AlphaTrak. To get to the bottom of this debate and see if human meters do stand up to the AlphaTrak I’ll be conducting tests and write a series of article over the next coming months. My friends over at American Diabetes Wholesale have sent me four meters to start testing with. FreeStyle Lite (made by Abbott, same as the AlphaTrak), Glucocard Vital, Nova Max Link, and Bayer Contour. Unboxing and Reviewing. After reading the instructions and testing out each meter, all of them pretty much function the same way. The test strip is inserted into the meter, meter turns on, blood sample is applied to the test strip, and then wait for results. All measurements are done in mg/dl. Some have advanced features such as downloadable results, meal timers, and more but I won’t be going into any of that. Initial Results I was able to do an all day test of Bender with the AlphaTrak and FreeStyle Lite. Here are the results. These results don’t tell the whole story. This is the first test and I was only able to test 5 times. With that in mind… Looking at the results the FreeStyle lite is off by roughly 50-75 points at these numbers. But Continue reading >>

Cvs Advanced Glucose Meter Reviews, Search.com

Cvs Advanced Glucose Meter Reviews, Search.com

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How To Prevent Diabetes And Heart Disease For $16

How To Prevent Diabetes And Heart Disease For $16

In the last article we discovered that the blood sugar targets established by the American Diabetes Association are far too high, and do not protect people from developing heart disease, diabetes or other complications. And we looked at what the scientific literature indicates are safer targets for fasting blood sugar, hemoglobin A1c and either OGTT or post-meal blood sugar. On the other hand, we also discussed the importance of context: why it’s important not to rely on a single blood sugar marker, and how healthy people can sometimes have blood sugar spikes above 140 mg/dL one hour after a meal. Please keep this in mind as you read through the rest of this article. In this article I’m going to introduce a simple technique that, when used properly, is one of the most effective ways to maintain healthy blood sugar and prevent cardiovascular and metabolic disease – without unnecessary drugs. I love this technique because it’s: Cheap. You can buy the equipment you need for $16 online. Convenient. You can perform the tests in the comfort of your home, in your car, or wherever else you might be. Personalized. Instead of following some formula for how much carbohydrate you can safely eat, this method will tell you exactly what your carbohydrate tolerance is, and which carbs are “safe” and “unsafe” for you. Safe. Unlike the oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT), which can produce dangerous and horribly uncomfortable spikes in blood sugar, this strategy simply involves testing your blood sugar after your normal meals. The strategy I’m referring to is using a glucometer to test your post-meal blood sugars. It’s simple, accessible and completely bypasses the medical establishment and pharmaceutical companies by putting the power of knowledge in your hands. It’ Continue reading >>

Dario: Turning Your Smartphone Into An All-in-one Glucose Meter

Dario: Turning Your Smartphone Into An All-in-one Glucose Meter

Please Add Photos to your Gallery Last year Sanofi’s iBGStar was the talk of the town, and the Mendor from Finland – a meter, lancing device, and test strips, all contained in one unit – had our attention, too. Today, however, a new glucose meter developed in Israel has us riveted. It’s called Dario. This new meter has the best of iBGStar and Mendor, all rolled into one. The Dario glucose meter was created by LabStyle Innovation, a company founded in 2010, in order to implement a new patent pending technology that seeks to bring laboratory testing capabilities to consumers through smartphones in an easy, friendly and inexpensive way. In a nutshell, the Dario turns a smartphone into a diabetes management system. The founders of LabStyle say that since the fundamental way of self-monitoring blood glucose has not really changed in more than 30 years, they believe Dario will make a big difference in diabetes care. The Dario is an integrated unit that includes a basic adapter designed to connect to the audio jack of a smartphone. When the adapter is connected, a measurement is transmitted to the smartphone, turning the phone into a glucose monitor. The Dario also includes a built in lancing device loaded with disposable lancets and an integrated cartridge holding and dispensing 25 test strips. The adapter can be used on all iOS devices (including iPhone 5 and iPads) as well as on Android phones. There’s no battery because the device harvests its power from the phone. The data collected is communicated back to the smartphone and is captured by Dario’s data management system. The first thing that catches the eye when you see the Dario glucose meter is its size. The entire device including the strips and lancets is the size of a cigarette lighter. But as cool as the Continue reading >>

Are Blood Glucose Meters Accurate? New Data On 18 Meters

Are Blood Glucose Meters Accurate? New Data On 18 Meters

Results from the Diabetes Technology Society’s Blood Glucose Meter Surveillance Program identifies only six out of 18 meters that passed. Did yours make the cut? The Diabetes Technology Society (DTS) recently revealed long-awaited results from its Blood Glucose Monitor System (BGMS) Surveillance Program. The rigorous study tested the accuracy of 18 popular blood glucose meters (BGM) used in the US. These FDA-cleared meters were purchased through retail outlets and tested rigorously at three study sites in over 1,000 people (including 840 people with diabetes). The results were troubling: only six out of the 18 devices met the DTS passing standard for meter accuracy – within 15% or 15 mg/dl of the laboratory value in over 95% of trials. The devices that passed were: Contour Next from Ascensia (formerly Bayer) – 100% Accu-Chek Aviva Plus from Roche – 98% Walmart ReliOn Confirm (Micro) from Arkray – 97% CVS Advanced from Agamatrix – 97% FreeStyle Lite from Abbott – 96% Accu-Chek SmartView from Roche – 95% The devices that failed were: Walmart ReliOn Prime from Arkray – 92% OneTouch Verio from LifeScan – 92% OneTouch Ultra 2 from LifeScan – 90% Walmart ReliOn Ultima from Abbott – 89% Embrace from Omnis Health – 88% True Result from HDI/Nipro (Trividia) – 88% True Track from HDI/Nipro (Trividia) – 81% Solus V2 from BioSense Medical – 76% Advocate Redi-Code+ from Diabetic Supply of Suncoast – 76% Gmate Smart from Philosys – 71% Get the full data and all the accuracy information here. While all of these meters received FDA clearance at some point, this study shows that not all are equivalent in terms of accuracy. The FDA looks at company-reported trials when it reviews new meters; this study took an independent look, purchasing the meters di Continue reading >>

How Accurate Is Your Glucose Meter? Investigators Tested 18 Of Them

How Accurate Is Your Glucose Meter? Investigators Tested 18 Of Them

If your blood glucose meter were put through a rigorous, scientific trial for accuracy, do you think it would pass? A study run by the Diabetes Technology Society put 18 FDA approved, commercially available Blood Glucose Monitor Systems (BGMSs) to the test, and the results were surprising. DTS Surveillance Study A nonprofit organization, the Diabetes Technology Society (DTS) exists to promote the “development and use of technology in the fight against diabetes.” Their BGMS Surveillance Program was initiated because glucose meters do not always live up to the accuracy claims that resulted in their FDA approval, or to international standards of accuracy. For this study: 18 popular blood glucose meters (BGMs) were obtained through retail outlets and tested in three separate trials, each done at different U.S. locations. More than 1,000 people participated in the study: 370 with type 1 diabetes, 470 with type 2 diabetes, and 4 with pre-diabetes. The remaining participants were not diabetic. Ages ranged from 18 to 87. To get a passing grade, each meter had to function within 15 percent, or 15 mg/dl of laboratory values over 95 percent of the time. The BGMs were coded, so no one involved with the study - investigators, statisticians, lab staff, or sponsor - knew which meter brands were passing or failing until all the results were calculated and published. More detailed study information can be obtained at the DTS website (link below). Meter Results The 18 BGMs tested represent about 90 percent of the commercially available products used from 2013 to 2015 by diabetes patients, and only six of them received passing marks: Contour Next by Ascensia (was Bayer) - accurate 100 percent of the time Accu-Chek Aviva Plus by Roche - 98 percent Walmart ReliOn Confirm (Micro) by Arkr Continue reading >>

Top 10 Best Glucose Meters From Consumer Reports 2015

Top 10 Best Glucose Meters From Consumer Reports 2015

World-wide annual sales of glucose meters and test-strip supplies tally up to well over 10 billion dollars each year, but with over 50 styles and brands to choose from, it can be hard to determine which meter is not only the best for your needs but also best in terms of accuracy, price, and ease of use. Thanks to Stacey Divone from The Girl with the Portable Pancreas, we got the inside scoop on the 2015 Consumer Reports review of today’s glucose meter technology. The first nine of these meters scored as “excellent” in accuracy and “above 80 out of 100” for their overall assessment. Here are the top 10 recommended meters: FreeStyle Lite: $20 for the meter with an annual cost of $2410 at 4 strips per day FreeStyle Freedom Lite: $20 for the meter with an annual cost of $2410 at 4 strips per day Bayer Contour Next: $20 for the meter with an annual cost of $1460 at 4 strips per day Well at Walgreens True Metrix: $22 for the meter with an annual cost of $1225 at 4 strips per day Bayer Breeze 2: $25 for the meter with an annual cost of $1900 at 4 strips per day Up & Up Blood Glucose Meter from Target: $15 for the meter with an annual cost of $525 at 4 strips per day Accu-Chek Aviva Plus: $30 for the meter with an annual cost of $2115 at 4 strips per day ReliOn Micro from Walmart: $15 for the meter with an annual cost of $525 at 4 strips per day Accu-Chek Compact Plus: $75 for the meter with an annual cost of $2030 at 4 strips per day ReliOn Ultima from Walmart: $15 for the meter with an annual cost of $525 at 4 strips per day Do you use one of these top 10 meters? What are your favorite and least favorite features? Further reading on blood sugar monitoring: Continue reading >>

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