Home Diagnostics, maker of diabetes monitoring devices out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, has received FDA approval for two new glucometers. One is especially interesting as the company managed to create a glucometer small enough to screw onto the top of a test strip bottle. More convenience comes from the TRUEtest™ Strips that identify themselves to the device, dubbed TRUE2go, so there is no need to enter strip codes into the glucometer.
From the TRUE2go product page:
TRUE2go, about the size of a quarter, easily twists on to a vial of test strips so diabetics can better manage their diabetes with the convenience of on-the-go testing—it conveniently fits in a pocket, purse or backpack, so you can take it everywhere you go.
TRUE2go™ is part of the TRUEtest™ platform—a truly unique, nocoding system that makes it simple, convenient and cost-effective for diabetics to test their blood glucose levels more often. For at-home testing, there’s the companion TRUEresult™ Blood Glucose Monitor.
No-coding technology ensures the most accurate readings by eliminating the need for users to re-code the monitor for each new vial of test strips. This enhancement reduces the risk of inaccurate blood glucose results caused by miscoding or failure to change the code when a new box of test strips is used.
TRUE2go™ delivers precise results in as fast as four seconds using only 0.5 microliters of blood. Although tiny, it packs important features including easy-to-read display, test memory, strip release button and alternate site testing.
From the TRUEresult product page:
TRUEresult™ is part of the TRUEtest™ platform—a truly unique, no-coding system that makes it simple, convenient and cost-effective for diabetics to test their blood glucose levels more often. For on-thego testing, there’s the companion TRUE2go™ Blood Glucose Monitor.
TRUEresult™ delivers precise results in as fast as four seconds using only 0.5 microliters of blood. TRUEresult™ packs important features including 7- 14- and 30-day averaging, 4 testing reminder alarms, easy–to-read display, test memory, strip release button and alternate site testing.