[Diabetes-talk] Solo meter??
k7uij at panix.com
Sat Aug 31 18:09:18 UTC 2013
I doubt it.
On Aug 31, 2013, at 11:06, Blindhands at aol.com wrote:
> Can you still get the Solo meter? It sounds to me that the newer meter
> has more challenges and if that is the only one available, it is not worth
> consideration on switching to that.
> Joyce Kane
> _www.KraftersKorner.org_ (http://www.krafterskorner.org/)
> Blindhands at AOL.com
> In a message dated 8/31/2013 1:42:00 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> etscrivani at verizon.net writes:
> I've had a lot of problems with the new Solus meter that I was upgraded to
> back in March. I've been using talking meters many many years as a blind
> diabetic. In this case, brought the Solus V2 meter into my diabetes
> to make sure I was applying the sample correctly. I was.
> Many times I test on this meter and get crazy numbers that would indicate
> I'm ready to pass out and I'm not symptomatic at those readings. Or I get
> test after test or "TO LOW" or "No sufficient blood." I'm not happy with
> the Solus, but Loved, loved the Solo.
> I've been told by other diabetics not to retest that the one resultthat
> comes back should satisfy me, but I question the numbers I'm getting from
> the Solus and intelligence tells me to re-check. After all its my health
> and my life that is at risk when I'm basing insulin dosages on these
> IMO only, something happened to the manufacturing process in the change of
> either meter or strips from the Solo to the Solus and not many of us have
> personal one on one relationship with the owner of Advanced Diabetic
> Solutions. For that matter now ADS is done and gone out of the picture
> were left with no contact to help trouble shoot problems that come up.
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