Oops. Sorry. Was meant to come back with a full review but haven’t really used it enough to justify that.
Next the meter. Roughly twice the size of my favoured Nano with a test strip that needs blood applying from the side. It comes with average analysis scores over 7, 14, 30 and days. Results can be tagged as before-meal, after-meal, fasting or bedtime.
The highly promising trend analysis looks at your BG and will display a message depending on whether it spots a trend in your BG. The lower limit of the acceptable range is set at 3.8mmol/L but the upper pre-meal limit is entirely changeable depending on your own targets.
A low pattern message will appear when you get a ‘low’ (under 3. BG on any 2 days within the same 3hr period over the last 5 consecutive days.
A high pattern message will appear when you get a ‘high’ BG on any 3 days with the test tagged as pre-meal within the same 3hr period over the last 5 consecutive days. This only works for pre-meal tagged tests.
That’s it. No more analysis, which is a great shame. There’s obviously potential here but the inability to add insulin or notes for exercise etc means that the 1,001 other ;