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OneTouch® Ultra®2

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Sample Size (µL) 1
Test Sites 3 sites- fingertips, forearm or palm
Meter Size (dimensions) 3.12 x 2.25 x 0.9
Test Time (seconds) 5
Coding Required? No: no coding required
Before and after-meal averages for the past 7, 14, and 30 days. 500-test memory. Ability to flag results with comments. Alternate site testing. Data downloadable with OneTouch diabetes management software. Diabetes educational DVD and booklet. 2-way scroll buttons. Built-in backlight.

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Monday, Aug 17 2009 18:24 EST by My Rating:
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I also like the shape of the meter as well. Fits nicely in the palm of your hands.

Tuesday, Jun 23 2009 12:28 EST by gkelly My Rating:
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Meter has nice screen with decent backlight. This is by far the most easy to use portable meter today.

Thursday, Jan 15 2009 16:31 EST by My Rating:
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When I was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes 5 years ago, I was handed a pile of information from my doctor. Included was a coupon for a free blood glucose monitor, and needless to say at the time I didn't know left from right about monitors. Plus, free is good, isn't it? I discovered that free isn't always the greatest option. After fighting around with coding, lancets and testing strips for years, I found the One Touch Ultra 2. Boy has it been easier for me to test since then. Being a needlework fanatic, I found that only having my fingertips as an option for testing was becoming a hassle. Now with my One Touch Ultra 2, not only do I have the choice of multiple testing sites, but the wait time for results and sample sizes are making the world of difference in my testing schedule.

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