Non-invasive Blood Glucose Monitor who wants one?

Phoenix Eye
By Phoenix Eye Latest Reply 2016-07-16 12:37:01 -0500
Started 2014-09-14 20:05:04 -0500

I have found a source for the newest Gluco Track non-invasive blood glucose monitor. You need to go out of the country. It will take 2-4 hours to calibrate it to our systems. Also it will need to be re-calibrated when the PEC is replaced every 6 months. Does anyone think this device will work? Who else is just curious to see how accurate and easy it really is to use? If I got one I would continue using my nano for 6 months to see just how accurate it really is for an objective comparison.

Tags: blood sugar

6 replies

BILLQS
BILLQS 2016-07-16 12:37:01 -0500 Report

I'd be interested if you still had a source. I'm still new to all this testing and stuff, but I've been reading about non-invasive testing.

dexpa
dexpa 2016-06-28 15:55:41 -0500 Report

iv been researching this for the better part of 3 days and there is nothing out here in usa

jayabee52
jayabee52 2014-09-15 01:11:35 -0500 Report

Howdy PE.
After the researching I did for Iron, and with a basic pricetag of $2000. and a replacement Ear clip of $100.every 6 months I will have to say it is too steep for my pocket to afford. Thanks for the offer, though
James

IronOre
IronOre 2014-09-14 23:06:12 -0500 Report

No Thank You.
I have no idea what your third and fourth sentence is referring to: our systems ? PEC ?

jayabee52
jayabee52 2014-09-14 23:53:01 -0500 Report

With a little checking I found a article Diabetes Mine did on the GlucoTrack here ~ http://www.diabetesmine.com/2014/04/glucose-t... Since you don't like to read articles from the internet I will quote certain sections from the article. "Personal Ear Clip, (the PEC mentioned) which must be replaced every six months, has a $100 RRP" "The recommended retail price for GlucoTrack model DF-F is $2,000 . . . "

The "our systems" may be simply understood by knowing that to get this Gluco Track one would need to go to a country outside the USA where they use the mmol/l rather than the mg/dl measurements of Blood Glucose.

Do you now comprehend Kimosabe?

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