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TRUEtrack Blood Glucose Monitoring System
Recall notice
Some TRUEtrack Blood Glucose Meters have been recalled because they may have an incorrect factory-set unit of measure that displays the glucose result in mmol/L rather than mg/dl. If a consumer were not to notice this, the meter result could be misread as a low blood glucose level.
Blood Glucose Monitoring System
Calculates glucose averages. Readings in the memory can be downloaded to a PC and/or a smart device. Stores at least 360 readings. Strips are a little wider or larger than other strips. Has larger digits on the display than some of the meters. Has a larger screen than some of the meters. Takes a few seconds longer to produce a reading. Has a date and time stamp.
Description
Calculates glucose averages. Readings in the memory can be downloaded to a PC and/or a smart device. Stores at least 360 readings. Strips are a little wider or larger than other strips. Has larger digits on the display than some of the meters. Has a larger screen than some of the meters. Takes a few seconds longer to produce a reading. Has a date and time stamp.

Ratings Scorecard

Test Results

Accuracy

Accuracy

This is based on the average of differences between data from a particular blood glucose meter and parallel readings from a standard laboratory instrument.

 /  5
Repeatability

Repeatability

The ability of the blood glucose meter to provide repeatable data from test to test.

 /  5
Convenience

Convenience

Based on features of each model and ease of use evaluations by expert panelists.

 /  5
Annual strip cost-4 tests/day

Annual strip cost-4 tests/day

The approximate retail price for a year's supply of glucose test strips for a patient who uses four a day.

 /  5

About

The TRUEtrack Blood Glucose Monitoring System is part of the Blood Glucose Meters test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, Blood Glucose Meters models like the Blood Glucose Monitoring System are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.

Accuracy This is based on the average of differences between data from a particular blood glucose meter and parallel readings from a standard laboratory instrument.

Repeatability The ability of the blood glucose meter to provide repeatable data from test to test.

Convenience Based on features of each model and ease of use evaluations by expert panelists.