Calculates glucose averages. Automatic coding. Requires less than 1µL of blood for a reading. Readings in the memory can be downloaded to a PC and/or a smart device. Stores at least 360 readings. Has a larger screen than some of the meters. Has either a backlight or LED digits for easy reading in darker lighting conditions. User may have difficulty applying the blood to the strip. Has a date and time stamp. User can flag their results as pre- or post meal for reference. Very Good for repeatability.
The LifeScan OneTouch Verio IQ was recalled on March 25, 2013, because at extremely high blood glucose levels the meter will not warn the user of a high reading and will shut off. This could potentially lead to incorrect treatment or a delay in proper treatment. Call 800-717-0276 to get a free replacement meter. Visit the recall page for more information.