Fast, Simple Blood Sugar Monitoring With The One Touch Ultra Smart Monitor
Wouldn't it be neat if you had a simple meter, the cheapest testing strips, and helpful charts automatically made to permit you to better understand your blood glucose levels? Now with the OneTouch UltraSmart Meter, you may get it all!
This glucose monitoring system is similar in many ways to other blood sugar monitors on the market. After you draw your blood, enter a sample from the test strip into the glucose meter, it will then prepare your results in five seconds and they are immediately stored in in the meter itself. With this electronic record-keeping system, you won't have to manually log your score in a notebook or journal. The UltraSmart Meter will both report and store your information for you!
And it does even more! The OneTouch UltraSmart is is called "smart" for a reason! It will help you better understand the significance of your readings so you have good information on which to base your decisions.
Here's What The Graphs Show:
- Current v. Average Sugar Levels: This graph will help you determine if your current reading is significantly outside the norm - it will compare your data with your fourteen day average readings.
- Sugar Logbook: The journal will track all your readings, along with the time and date, and there is room for you to add notes about things like your diet, exercise and medications on the day of the reading. All the entries are time-and-date stamped automatically, so you wont need to manually enter that information. Users will however, need to enter in all info in the notes field.
- Glucose Levels In Relation To Meals: Clearly, when and how much you eat can drastically affect your readings. With this data, you can view all "pre meal" and "post meal" readings as a group, to pare down the data into a more relevant comparison group to better interpret your current information in context.
- Graph of Blood Sugar Results: This graph allows you to look at all test results, organized by day.
- Graph Of Blood Sugar By Time of Day: This chart lets you sort your readings by time of day. For instance, this would allow you to see all your test results taken at three p.m. during the last 14 days in graph form.
- Average Blood Sugar From All Results: This info shows you the number of tests you have completed and the averages of all your testing results over the period.
- Average Blood Sugar By Time of Day: This information shows you the quantity of tests you have completed and the averages of all your glucose results by time of day over the period of time you have used the meter.
Clearly, the UltraSmart OneTouch Monitor is a vital tool in helping you and your doctor assemble your numbers into meaningful information which can then be analyzed to help you make the best decisions possible about your health. If you're not in love with your current glucose monitor - I challenge you to try this one.
As always, it is super-important for people with diabetes to check with a doctor on a regular basis to make sure their blood sugar is being read at the right frequency, and the data is being analyzed to help better monitor glucose levels.