Just as meters have gotten smaller over the years, so too have test strips. And as test strips get smaller, so too does the amount of blood needed to a test. That's great news for everyone with diabetes, and especially great news for kids.
Here's a side-by-side comparison of the test strips from nine meters reviewed within children with DIABETES. The horizontal lines are one inch (2.54 cm) apart, so you can get an idea for how large each test strip is. See how many test strips you can match to the correct meter.
Match the Test Strip to the Meter
Here are nine test strips from today's meters. Click on the strip to be taken to the review of the meter.
To take the Test Strip Quiz, click on the button next to a test strip letter, then on the button next to the matching meter.
Last Updated: jueves julio 06, 2006 20:05:28
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