Verio IQ Blood Glucose Meter – Review

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Former Patient Voices Contest winner and D-blogger Melissa Lee reviews the OneTouch Verio IQ blood glucose meter — and gives it a perfect 5 rating!

REVIEWER’S BREAKDOWN -

PROs:

  • device is slender enough to slip into a pocket
  • sample size is the smallest yet from OneTouch — 0.4 microliters
  • there’s no coding required for test strips
  • has a bright, easy-to-read color screen with large numbers
  • its port light is large and bright enough for easy glucose checks in darkness
  • pattern management alerts allow you to see trends by time of day

CONs:

  • includes no customization for tagging blood glucose values; the only options are for before or after meals
  • as a rechargeable device, you must keep track of how much the device is charged and of the accompanying mini-USB cable

 

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2 Responses

  1. Brian Black
    Brian Black May 26, 2014 at 1:34 pm | | Reply

    Currently using the Verio IQ Meter. Only dislike is not enough Tag Options, besides Pre/Post Meal. Love the tracking of High/lows durning certain times.
    Although switching to OmniPod Pump. Will have to use Accu-check. Will upgrade to Verio Sync Meter for my back-up. How about a Review.

    1. AmyT
      AmyT May 26, 2014 at 3:12 pm | | Reply

      @Brian – thanks for your input. We have reviewed the Verio Sync meter already here: http://www.diabetesmine.com/2014/04/onetouch-verio-sync-meter-review.html

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