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A full panel cholesterol and blood glucose test at Walgreens measures: LDL, "bad cholesterol" LDL (low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol carries cholesterol, triglycerides, and other fats (lipids) to various parts of the body. A buildup of LDL cholesterol is a major risk factor for coronary heart disease. Low LDL levels correspond to lower risk. HDL, "good cholesterol" HDL (high-density lipoprotein) cholesterol carries cholesterol, triglycerides, and other fats from other parts of your body to your liver. Essentially, HDL cholesterol helps lower the "bad" LDL cholesterol. Studies have shown that the higher your HDL cholesterol, the lower your risk of coronary heart disease. Triglycerides Triglycerides are a type of fat used to store excess energy from your diet. Like LDL cholesterol, a high amount of triglycerides can be an indicator for coronary heart disease. Total cholesterol LDL, HDL and Triglycerides are factored in to achieve your total cholesterol result. Blood glucose The amount of sugar in your blood is measured by a blood glucose test. Elevated blood glucose for long periods of time can be an indicator of health problems such as diabetes. A full panel cholesterol and blood Continue reading >>

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  1. Ronin

    Hi Everyone!
    You may already know me from other areas of DF. Looking at my signature block you know that I love numbers. I try to do an HbA1c monthly as it is a weighted moving average that is said to cover 90 days (the "average" life of a red blood cell) however, the normal blood population is skewed heavily towards the most current four weeks representing at least 50% of the total population. As an aerobic athlete I know that my red cell population would be skewed because I kill those cells of in heavy exercise.
    So, I've tried a number of home tests as the VA only gives me one A1c every six months. Today I tried the Bayer A1C NOW kit.
    It was very straight forward and the instructions are very well written -- they even enclose a mini-DVD that shows you step-by-step how to do the test.
    Results -- 5.1% which is pretty much consistent with previous months. I know there is some controversy about the accuracy of this kit but it seems to have worked for me. I won't have a lab comparison until April though.

  2. ShottleBop

    From Dave Mendosa's most recent SharePost:
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    Bayer Diabetes Care's A1CNow+ monitor for us to test our A1C level at home carries the highest certificate of accuracy. As I wrote here in June, the NGSP (formerly the National Glycohemoglobin Standardization Program) certified this device as having documented traceability to the Diabetes Control and Complications Trial reference method, which established relationships between A1C levels and risk for complications of diabetes. The DCCT method is the gold standard for reliable A1C testing.
    So I was surprised to read an article in the journal Clinical Chemistry indicating that this was one of the A1C testing devices that didn't meet "the general accepted analytical performance criteria." Two Dutch researchers led by Erna Lenters-Westra reported that the local distributor in the Netherlands of the A1CNow+ Bayer "concluded that the EP-10 [protocol] outcome data did not warrant progression" to the two other protocols the study used.
    But the key sentence -- buried in the full-text of the study and missing from the online abstract -- is this, "The bias found with the EP-10 protocol of the A1CNow was probably due to EDTA interference problems."
    I had to ask Bayer representatives what all this means. This is what the company told me:
    "Bayer has reviewed the Lenters-Westra study published in Clinical Chemistry that used Bayer Diabetes Care's A1CNow+® monitor as part of their evaluation," the company wrote back. "Bayer believes that the results that the study authors obtained did not accurately capture the proven performance of the A1CNow+ device due to use outside the manufacturer's specifications [emphasis added].
    "The A1CNow+ Product Insert states that A1CNow+ may be used with either fingerstick (capillary) or venous (heparin-anticoagulated) whole blood samples. When used according to the product insert, the results showed that the accuracy of A1CNow+ with fingerstick samples was, on average, 99%. The results showed that accuracy with venous sampling was, on average, 99.7%. Utilizing other anticoagulants, such as EDTA, with the A1CNow+ device will often result in a negative bias, thus affecting the accuracy of the A1C results obtained [emphasis added]. According to the Clinical Chemistry article, the Lenters-Westra study used EDTA anticoagulant."
    This shows to me that studies are not always what they seem to be on the surface and that we shouldn't jump to conclusions when we have only the abstract of a study. None of the other A1C testing devices that the study evaluated are available for home use, although a few mail-in kits that the study did not evaluate are on the market. The A1CNow+ remains my favorite.

  3. goldenbo

    I tried the Bayer A1c Now on Monday night - result was 5.9. I had bloodwork done the following morning at the lab, and the A1c was 6.8. Although I was bummed by the lab result, I know that to be the accurate one as it is what I was expecting based on self-monitoring. I will be trying it again when I'm due again for bloodwork in case I did something wrong. However, I was disappointed it wasn't a much closer result.

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  1. dlcnurse

    November is National Diabetes Month. On occasion you will run across some very interesting posts and offers. I will check with all of the drug companies and see what they are doing. such as free meters, strips,lancets, etc...
    Even updated material I will go for. So if anyone else does find something please do let us know. Don't stop to think about it if you find a article, free offerings etc.. drop us a email and we will check in to it more throughly if you don't want to be in the spotlight.
    So, lets celebrate it being National Diabetes Month.!

  2. jimithy

    dlcnurse,
    Wow! This is a great idea!
    I hope everyone will post everything they can find.
    Please include local methods for saving money also. There are many people in your area that could be helped PLUS most local promotions are used elsewhere in the country. (An example is that many "Mom & Pop" pharmacies compete with the giants by providing similar very low cost generic drug programs. These programs are identical to ones offered by other "Mom & Pop" pharmacies elsewhere in the country.)
    Let's make November... "National Diabetes Cost Reduction Month" :-)

  3. dlcnurse

    Here are a few things that are happening in the month of November:
    Visit your local Rite Aid pharmacy and recieve a free 2009 Diabetes Guide
    Visit your local Walgreen Pharmacy-offering a free glucose and A1c testing
    Visit http://www.levemir-us.com/offer/default.aspx or http://www.novolgmix70-30.com/offer/default.aspx for a $25.00 rebate coupon
    For the ladies out there visit http://www.divabetic.org A site especially for Women: "Diabetes Outreach for Women" they are sponsering alot of programs that you can attend. The site also has alot of great material on it. One program if you live in New York is the DIVABetic-Makeover Your Diabetes is from 1-4 pm in NYC on November 14th (which happens to be World Diabetes Day). This site has alot of other programs in different states as well. I think the Ladies out there with diabetes would really like the internet site. It is great and will give a wealth of info for you.
    Another site "Changing Life with Diabetes", is also offering some great diabetes tools such as meal planners, blood glucose diaries can be found here- http://www.clwd.com
    Well that's all for now. I hope to find more happenings for our November Awareness and Cost Reductions Diabetes Days!
    With National Diabetes Awareness Month please also if you are able, donate to help spread awareness of diabetes across the nation so that many newly diagnosed and preventing diabetes awareness to our fellow americans. Even 1.00 will go a long way in helping. So please DONATE if you can.

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register for wellness+ diabetes Allow up to 5 days after enrollment for benefits including +UP offers to be activated. get $10 +up wyb $50: Registration for wellness+ for diabetes is required. Purchases must be made between 4/4/12 - 7/31/12. A $10 +Up Reward will print on your Rite Aid receipt when you reach your $50 purchase requirement. Advil Tablets and Caplets 100 ct Altoids Smalls Sugarfree Mints 50 ct tin bayer A1C Selfcheck test kit Bayer Low Dose 200/300 ct bayer Breeze 2 Meter bayer contour meter bayer contour usb meter Colgate Total advanced Gum Defense 5.8 oz DEX 4 Bits and Liquid Diabetic Tussin Max 4 oz DiabetiDerm AntiFungal DiabetiDerm Foot Cream Eclipse Multipack Gum 36 ct Freedent 15 ct LifeSavers Sugarfree Bags 2.75 oz Multibetic Vitamins Nature Made Diabetes Health 30 ct Nature Made Vitamin D 400IU 90+10 ct Nature Made Women’s Multi Vitamin 50+90 ct Rite Aid Glucose Tablets and Lancets Russell Stover Sugar Free candy Wrigley’s Extra, Orbit and 5, Single and Multipack Gums Zostrix Diabetic Foot Continue reading >>

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    Thanks, there are some deals I am going to get...........I love these sneak peeks.........

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