Best Options for Diabetes Management

Posted: December 9, 2013 in Diabetes Care
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Diabetes has become a most common disease now–a-days. Approximately, more than 50% of the people in this world are suffering from this problem. Diabetes is a health problem in which your blood glucose or blood sugar levels are very high. Glucose is found in the foods you eat. Insulin is a hormone which aids the glucose and get into your cells to deliver them energy. Persons with type 1 diabetes, their body do not able to make insulin. People who have type 2 diabetes that is a very common type. In that case, your body does not produce or utilize insulin. Glucose stays in your blood without enough insulin.
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On the hand, having high levels of glucose in your blood can create serious problems. It can harm your kidneys, nerves and eyes. Diabetes can also the reason of heart disease, stroke and even the requirement to eliminate a limb. Pregnant women can also receive diabetes that is called gestational diabetes.

Importance of Diabetes Testing :

A blood test can assure that if you have diabetes or not. Now-a-days, many advance technology involved, high class and scientific devices are made for checking your diabetes level. It also helps to take care of your health. But, you should follow a proper routine with exercise, weight control and sticking to your meal plan that make a control on your diabetes. If you have a high glucose problem, then you should also monitor your glucose level as well as take prescribed medicine.

Best Selling Blood Glucose Monitor :

(a)    Omron Blood Glucose Monitor (HEA-230) :

This device is specially made for home or clinic usage. This device is made with mega memory of 512 measurement which delivers an accurate and quick measurement. It comes with 10 blood Glucose test strips. This Omron standard blood glucose monitoring machine includes easy to read large LCD screen for simple and accurate monitoring. It provides results in just 5 seconds. Small amount of blood required for testing purpose. Gives an accurate results with very minimal amount of blood sample. It contains memory for up to 512 sets of measurements with time & date. It can display the average result – for 7, 14 as 28 days.

Features:

• It has large LCD Screen.
• It is easy to read.
• It has easy test steps.
• It has fast measurement quality.
• Very small quantity of the blood sample is required.
• Memory Capacity : up to 512 sets of measurements with time & date.
•  Reflects average : for 7, 14 and 28 days.

(b)    Accu-Chek Softclix Lancets :

This is a core part of successful diabetes management for many diabetics. Lancets are the sharpest in nature and small objects which are used to cut the skin. Lancing devices are made to firmly grip the lancet, and easily started by simply switching on button. It is totally pain-free process. The pen style is for easy handling and distinct. Though sharpness gradually reduces with use, it is recommended to always use fresh lancet. Using a sharp lancet reduces tissue damage and callus formation, thereby giving a virtually pain-free testing.

 Features:

• Lancets are available with a needle diameter of 0.4 mm that has a precise Silicon coated needle.
• It is disinfected with gamma radiation.
• The special 3- sided optimally cut down lancet provides a faster penetration speed with Softclix Lancing Device.
•  Detachable lancets.
• Lancet takes only 2 milliseconds to penetrate the skin.
• It reduces the pain sensation because the shorter the penetrating time, the fewer nerve fibers are irritated.

Conclusion:

With proper and regular check up, life of diabetic patient becomes more active, safe, energetic as well as tension free. These testing devices become more popular and has a huge demand for its effectiveness, accurate result delivery, easy operating system and now available at affordable prices.

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