How interested are you or your child in alternate site blood glucose testing?
Very interested 61% 403 Somewhat interested 14% 94 I need to learn more about the new meters and products 16% 107 Not interested because I'm happy with my current blood testing tools 4% 30 I am not interested for other reasons 1% 9 I don't know 2% 17
How interested are you or your child in alternate site blood glucose testing?Poll dates: August 13 - 20, 2000
Total Votes: 660
Finger stick blood glucose testing is an important part of proper diabetes care. Unfortunately, many people don't like sticking their fingers with a lancet, and with good reason -- for most people, it hurts. Several companies have developed blood glucose monitoring systems or strips that allow you to use sites other than your finger tips, such as your forearm, where there are fewer nerve endings. And most people are interested in these products.
We have reviews of three systems that are FDA approved for alternate site testing:Return to the current poll]
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