Blood Glucose

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Accuchek Guide
Accuchek Guide

Unit: EACH

From:
$40.25
Roche Accuchek Safe-T-Pro
Roche Accuchek Safe-T-Pro

Unit: BX200

From:
$71.30
Accuchek Fastclix
Accuchek Fastclix

Unit: PACK

From:
$8.45
Accuchek Softclix
Accuchek Softclix

Unit: KIT

From:
$21.85

Blood Glucose

Here you will find the best performing and proven products such as Roche Accuchek Performa Blood Glucose Meter Kit, easy to use, accurate, and dependable blood glucose meter. At Health7 you will also find the latest Roche Accuchek Safe-T-Pro, ideal for different types of patients and almost pain-free.

After all, what is the Glucometer everyone is talking about?

A glucometer, or blood glucose meter, is a small, portable machine that's used to measure how much glucose (a type of sugar) is in the blood (also known as the blood glucose level). People with diabetes often use a blood glucose meter to help them manage their condition.

These devices can tell you in seconds if your blood sugar is too low, too high, or on target. Regular monitoring helps you manage your diabetes, but it's important to use your glucometer the right way.

Who should use a Glucometer?

You may need to use a glucometer regularly if you have:

-Type 1 diabetes

-Type 2 diabetes

-Latent autoimmune diabetes in adults, or LADA (type 1 that develops in adulthood)

-Gestational diabetes (similar to type 2 diabetes but occurs only during pregnancy)

We created a frequent glucometer use to help you:

- Check your blood sugar levels and overall control.

- See how your glucose levels respond to exercise or stress.

- Recognize what else makes your levels spike or crash.

- Monitor the effects of medications and other therapies.

- See how well you're meeting treatment goals.

When should you use a glucometer?

Firstly, the most important thing you must do is to talk with a doctor about when and how often you should test your blood sugars. Make sure you know what to do if your results are low or high.

Your testing frequency may depend on your type of diabetes and your treatment plan.

Blood Glucose