Blood Glucometer Monitor

Self-monitoring the concentration of blood glucose levels.

Life Medical Equipments, Coimbatore supplies a glucometer, a medical instrument that allows you to self-monitor your blood glucose levels. By piercing the skin, generally on the fingers, a little drop of blood is taken. The blood is then placed to a disposable ‘test strip,' which reveals unique patterns in blood glucose fluctuations. Patients can use this information to plan meals and activities, as well as medication schedules. The blood sugar metres, although being costly, are cost-effective relative to the medical costs of the problems of diabetes.

Why should one use a Glucometer?

Glucometers help in monitoring blood sugar and help in the following ways:

  • Check your blood sugar levels to see if they are high or low.
  • Check the patterns on a frequent basis to see if the glucose level has increased or decreased.
  • Recognize how different activities, such as exercise, affect glucose levels.
  • Keep an eye on the side effects of diabetes drugs and other treatments.
  • Examine your diabetes treatment objectives.

Advantages of Glucometer

  • It enables diabetics to take care of themselves without having to visit doctors or labs on a regular basis.
  • Its goal is to improve the patient's well-being.
  • It aids in the detection and confirmation of hypoglycemia.
  • These meters let people understand drugs better.
  • Medication adjustments are made easier with the help of the meters.

FAQ About Blood Glucometer Monitor

What is the purpose of glucometer?

A blood glucose metre is a compact, portable device that measures the amount of glucose (a form of sugar) in the bloodstream (also known as the blood glucose level). A blood glucose metre is commonly used by diabetics to assist them control their condition.

Which materials are required when monitoring blood glucose levels?

Latex-free disposable gloves, rubbing alcohol swab, lancet or automatic lancing instrument, 2 x 2 gauze, reagent strips A glucometer is a device that measures blood glucose levels.

What is the principle of testing blood glucose by glucometer?

The electrochemical technique is used in the majority of today's glucometers. A capillary in the test strip suckers up a consistent amount of blood. The glucose in the blood reacts with a glucose oxidase enzyme electrode (or dehydrogenase).

Which finger is best for glucose testing?

The World Health Organization recommended that blood glucose testing be performed on the middle or ring fingers (second and third fingers). Because the skin on your little finger is delicate, you should avoid utilising it.

What is the best glucometer for home use?

System for measuring blood glucose levels on a continuous basis. Freestyle Libre is compatible with a smartphone or an Apple Watch. G6 Dexcom Contour Next One is a simple and economical monitor. System for Monitoring Blood Glucose., The most cost-effective alternative. All-in- one kit, ReliOn Prime.

Which blood glucose meters are the most accurate?

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%

How often should you replace your glucose meter?

Many glucose metres can last for over ten years and still work properly. You may be asking when you should replace your glucose metre if you've had it for a long. The precision of your machine is the most important factor in determining when it's time for new equipment.

What happens if blood glucose is too high?

If left untreated, having too much sugar in the blood for an extended length of time can lead to major health complications. Hyperglycemia damages the blood arteries that supply important organs, raising the risk of heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, visual issues, and nerve disorders.


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