- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 10,2 x 1,8 x 9,5 cm ; 567 g
- Produktgewicht inkl. Verpackung: 567 g
- Batterien 1 Lithium ion Batterien erforderlich.
- Modellnummer: 7393
- ASIN: B0030HTZII
- Im Angebot von Amazon.de seit: 24. August 2012
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4 Kundenrezensionen
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 315.575 in Elektronik & Foto (Siehe Top 100 in Elektronik & Foto)
Bayer Contour USB Blutzuckermessgerät, Set, mmol/l
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The Bayer Contour USB Blood Glucose Monitoring System is for self-monitoring and management of blood glucose. Better diabetes management means doing more than just testing. Bayer's Contour USB meter helps you transform results into meaningful insights that you and your healthcare provider can use to modify your routine and better manage your diabetes. Simple testing with innovative technology. Discover a unique testing experience with Bayer's Contour USB meter.
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Ein kleiner Wehrmutstropfen ist, dass die Software sich manchmal nicht starten lässt oder ab und an das Gerät nicht erkennt. Durch nochmaligen Neuanschluss des Gerätes an den USB lässt sich das Problem jedoch meist beheben. Daher dennoch 5 verdiente Sterne!!!
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It was the second home glucose meter that met the ISO Standards for home glucose testing. The first was the non-USB version of the Contour. That meter was released in two versions, the black case and the gray case.
They turned up the heat on the other blood glucose manufacturers to improve their meters. We have Bayer to thank for the accuracy and repeatability of our glucose meters. They blazed a trail, and the others had to follow or get left behind.
The new Contour NEXT meter uses a testing chemistry that is so accurate, it rivals laboratory test equipment. Unfortunately, the electronics are not compatible, so your old Contour Test Strips will not work in a Contour NEXT meter; and vice versa.
The Bad: It's not ready for Windows 8, so I had to create a spreadsheet to track and graph my results. I'm not sure what features I am missing by not using their software, but this is a minor annoyance.
The Ugly: Scores seem to vary widely, even when taken 10 seconds apart. The Bayer 7393 does not require the user to enter a code from the test strips, and there does not seem to be a test solution for calibration. I found that scores could vary by 10-15 points when testing just a few seconds apart. When I met with my MD, she asked how I thought my HbA1c score would turn out. I really had no idea because of the this problem.
I wanted a meter that I could track my readings and have the ability to print them out, so I can provide this information to the V.A. and my civilian Doctor.
Before you think of purchasing a meter....get this one FIIRST, you won't be buying any other unit !!
- The software isn't as good as Glooko. It really feels inconvenient to use, and the appearance is really WinXP'ish... hard for me to describe better than that but... it doesn't feel fast or intuitive.
+ You can enter readings manually. I wish that Glooko had this one feature.
- It was supposed to come with some sample strips? Didn't arrive with any strips at all.
- Went online to register...was supposed to get some free stuff, but when registered, said it was just a carrying case.
It would have been nice if the software side of this thing was as nicely finished and good looking as the device itself.
Deal breaker: Readings are about 30 points higher than on my other 2 meters. I believe my other meters to be accurate so :(
If the free case comes with some strips, I'll test it again and see if it's any better, but otherwise, it's not returnable and so it's $15 bucks wasted for an inaccurate, if pretty, device and I will steer people away from it. I would have liked for it to work, but right now, you might as well save your $15 and buy yourself a diabetic friendly lunch instead.