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  • n. Plural form of glucometer.


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  • Serving patients for over ten years, American Diabetes Services, Inc. provides brand name diabetes testing supplies such as glucometers, test strips, syringes and insulin pumps to over

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  • This device can detect every accessory and charger in the market, and has a number of "reserved" resistors to accommodate new accessories such as glucometers, e-frames and audio docks.

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  • Medicare and Medicaid and private insurance plans usually cover test strips and glucometers.

    Erin N. Marcus, M.D.: Practical Diabetes Tips for the Budget Conscious

  • While I was on the unit, they taught me everything about insulin and needles and glucometers and food exchanges.

    After the Diagnosis

  • The Cryerer heard his name and collected his pills at the pharmacy, dropping the magazine on a row of glucometers.

    The Cryerer

  • When the first glucometers came on the market, they were huge, expensive pieces of equipment, available only to only hospitals.

    Double diabetes | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • We didn't do blood sugar, because you didn't have office glucometers when we started out.

    Oral History Interview with James Slade, February 23, 1997. Interview R-0019. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • The HeC system currently supports data transfer from glucometers manufactured by Abbott, Bayer, Lifescan a Johnson & Johnson company and Roche.

  • One aspect of the system is that HeC will incorporate data uploaded from patients' glucometers into the ALRT database to quickly assess user compliance and test results compared to provider set targets.

  • It enables secure wireless and wired connectivity to remote healthcare devices such as blood pressure monitors, weight scales and blood glucometers.


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