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No Needle Glucose Meter

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painless blood-free glucose monitoring K’Watch Glucose is the first wearable tracker that measures your glucose effortlessly, painlessly and in just a matter of seconds. K’Watch allows diabetics to self-monitor their glucose levels without the need for cumbersome and painful blood-based tests. K’Watch Glucose requires no calibration, just a simple press gesture on the watch to display the glucose level. How does it work ? K’Watch Glucose is equipped with K’apsul®, utilizing a revolutionary biosensor which, when in contact with the skin, tests glucose levels without the need of blood samples. Quite imperceptible and totally painless, K’apsul can take unlimited measurements within a 30-day period with results being displayed on the K’Watch screen as well as synced to its dedicated app. No bulky material, K’Watch Glucose can be discreetly worn all day long and in all conditions. Monitoring your blood glucose in every social setting becomes possible, whether you are at work or even when exercising – when glucose level are prone to spike. K’Watch Glucose can also track steps taken, distance traveled and calories burnt. K’Watch Glucose makes a diabetic’s life eas Continue reading >>

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  1. Hope Springs

    Hi,
    I've just joined the online community, although I've "lurked" for about a year. I'm wondering how many times one can use the same needle on the glucose monitor before it needs to be changed. I'm sure this question has been addressed here, but a search didn't result in an answer. One book I read said that the needle can be used for a few weeks or, in my case, maybe longer. My doctor told me to test while fasting in the morning twice a week. So I'm thinking I can easily use the same needle for a month. Or longer?
    Thank you!

  2. abill

    I haven't heard of someone getting an infection from a dirty needle/lancet, but I guess it can happen. I irregulary test and use the same lancett, I can't remember the last time I changed..it doesn't hurt yet ..that seems to be my clue to change. others change it after every use. as recommended.
    this helped me getting my bloods back to normal
    http://www.phlaunt.com/diabetes/14045524.php
    Have you seen this?
    "I would cut the Sugars including fruit/juice. Starches, including breads, pasta, rice, potato etc. Use a home blood test meter, to see what will work.
    This gives a simple overview to how it works for me. The more carbs I eat, the more carbs I want. They don’t give up easy and it’s biochemical
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEayi6IBjZw&list=PLCD72F4109EDC4BD8&index=6 .
    an introduction to low carb
    http://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb .
    what to expect the first week, besides being hungry for the first 2 days, then it stops
    https://www.verywell.com/getting-through-the-first-week-2242037 .

  3. Lynn

    Hi Hope Springs,
    I change to a new lancet every time I test. For me, they're the cheapest part of living with diabetes. I would think BG readings wouldn't be accurate if the same lancet was used repeatedly.
    Also, checking just twice a week doesn't seem like enough - but that's my opinion. I check at least twice a day.

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