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Matching all aspects of the ISO 15197:2013 performance requirements for blood glucose monitoring systems

Accu-Chek brand of blood glucose monitoring products are compliant with the revised standards of IS/ISO 15197:2013 announced by Central Drugs Standards Control Organisation (CDSCO), Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.   What is ISO? ISO is the International Organization for Standardization headquartered in Switzerland, whose membership is comprised of national standards bodies from approximately 162 countries. ISO is an independent non-governmental organization. What is an ISO standard? An ISO standard is...

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Managing Sick Days

Feeling fine? It's the perfect day to create a sick day plan. When you're feeling ill, you'd like nothing more than to lie in bed with a good book or movie. Yet that's when you need to focus even more on diabetes self-care. The key to sick days with diabetes is doing all of the thinking ahead of time. That way, when you don't feel like concentrating, you can simply follow the plan.  What to include in your plan Involve your diabetes care healthcare team in developing your sick day plan—ask them when you should call for help, how often you should...

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Blood GlucoseTest Results Help You Take Control

Benefits of testing your blood sugar Testing your own blood sugar helps you take control of your health, especially once you learn what your test result numbers mean, and what to do with them. Recent research, the Structured Testing Protocol (STeP) study, offers the proof. The study concluded that collecting the data of blood sugar test results, visualizing and understanding this data, and focusing treatment based on that data significantly reduced the A1C levels of poorly controlled type 2 diabetes over a 12-month period1. Frequent testing gives you the data to make informed decisions...

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What is A1C?

Your A1C number Consider your A1C number (also known as HbA1c or glycated hemoglobin) as a snapshot of your blood glucose levels over several months. Over time, glucose naturally attaches itself to your blood cells. When this happens, the cell is considered “glycated.” The more glucose in your blood, the more glycated A1C cells you have. What’s an optimal A1C number? The recommended A1C target for a person with diabetes is 7% or lower—some people remember this figure as “lucky number 7.” However, while your A1C number gives you and your doctor an idea of how your diabetes is being...

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Simple tool to understand your results

The Accu-Chek® 360° Testing in Pairs Tool- a simple, 7-day paper tool See how the things you do affect your blood glucose Accu-Chek 360° Testing in Pairs is a simple tool that helps you track your blood glucose before and after a specific meal, exercise or other event. Use it when you want to focus on just one thing in your daily eating habits or routine. For just 7 days, see how the things you do affect your blood glucose and what works for you. Food/Drinks....

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Practice #GlucoVigilance during these times to be in range

Background: The current times are beyond anything we have ever experienced. During these unprecedented times, we all should put our health on priority and exercise caution. Even more so, if one has diabetes. People with uncontrolled diabetes are at a higher risk, due to lower immune response.1,2  WHO has raised an advisory and has suggested that patients with chronic ailments like cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, hypertension, chronic respiratory diseases and cancer are more prone to severe illnesses as compared to others during these times.3 Hence, it is extremely important for...

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Living in Range

Feeling your best—life in your target range When you find your mind wandering—thinking about the future—what do you see?  Whether you dream about taking photos somewhere amazing or starting a family, or you'd simply like to have more energy or sleep through the night, keeping your blood glucose in line can help you achieve it. Sometimes it can seem like diabetes is all about the numbers. But your efforts to stay within your target ranges for blood glucose before and after meals, as well as meeting your HbA1c goal, are really about feeling your best today and for years to come ...

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