Posts Tagged ‘SelfCheck’

Bayer A1CNow SelfCheck At-Home A1C System & Contour Blood Glucose Monitoring System

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

Two Bayer products: A1CNow SelfCheck A-Home A1C System (product No. 81583170), and Contour Blood Glucose Monitoring System (No. 06707032). The A1CNow is a 2 Test Kit, featuring at-home results in 5 minutes; 2-3 month indication of average blood glucose; small blood sample; and lab accurate. The Contour features fast, 5-second time use; simple to use; and optional advanced functions.

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A1CNOW SELFCHECK 2 TEST 1EA BAYER HEALTHCARE (DIABETES)

Friday, April 12th, 2013

6 Free Gifts included
1. Three tips to Improve Your A1c Number
2. How to Convert Your A1c number to average blood sugar

Product Features

  • 6 Free Gifts included: Tips to Improve Your A1c number
  • How to convert Your A1c number to Average Blood Glucose
  • Free Subscription to Diabetes In Control.com
  • Free 1 hr pod cast
  • Free Access to Ask Dr. Bernstein Webcast

 

A1CNow Selfcheck Kit – 2 Tests

Saturday, September 29th, 2012

A1CNow SELFCHECK.At-home results in 5 minutes, 2-3 month indication of average blood glucose, Small blood sample, Lab accurate.This test is for home use monitoring of glycemic control in patients with diabetes.The percent of A1C in your blood today tells you how well you have been controlling your glucose levels over the past 2-3 months. About 50% of the A1C result is from the past 30 days of glucose levels; about 25% is from the past 30-60 days and about 25% is from the past 60-90 days.

Product Features

  • A1CNow SELFCHECK.At-home results in 5 minutes, 2-3 month indication of average blood glucose, Small blood sample, Lab accurate.
  • This test is for home use monitoring of glycemic control in patients with diabetes.The percent of A1C in your blood today tells you how well you have been controlling your glucose levels over the past 2-3 months. About 50% of the A1C result is from the past 30 days of glucose levels; about 25% is from the past 30-60 days and about 25% is from the past 60-90 days.
  • What does your A1C Number Mean.A1C measures your average blood glucose level over the past 2-3 months, For most people with diabetes, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) recommends that your A1C should be under 7%.
  • One point reduction in your A1C reduces risk of serious complications by 40%, Remember that your A1C is your big picture” measurement. Don’t use it for short-term daily blood glucose measuremen, If you have any questions about your A1C results, please contact your doctor or healthcare provider. Do not adjust your medication unless instructed to do so by your doctor or healthcare provider.
  • The A1CNow SELFCHECK test is an easy-to-use test to measure your A1C levels at home. By measuring your levels at home, you can be better informed in-between your doctor visits and feel more in control of your diabetes.2 Test Kit.This kit contains:1 A1CNow SELFCHECK Monitor, 2 Single-Use Cartridges, 2 Shaker Pouches, Each containing 1 shaker, 1 blood collector, 1 disposable lancet, 1 Extra Lancet, 1 Quick Reference Guide, 1 Instructional DVD, 1 Overview and Helpful Hints.