Accu-Chek Mobile blood glucose system

" It's just so easy to use when you go out…

It's just made things 10 times easier."Ben, Accu-Chek Mobile user

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1. The Accu-Chek Mobile Users Survey 2013. Respondents using the Accu-Chek Mobile system as their main meter n=3,132. Data on file.

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There must be a better way

Unlike conventional blood glucose

monitoring systems, the Accu-Chek

Mobile meter doesn't use individual

test strips and you don't need to

dispose of individual lancets

every time you test. No more

awkward moments spilling test

strips in public, or fiddling with

a separate finger pricker and

individual lancets.

The all-in-one Accu-Chek Mobile

system uses a cassette containing

50 tests and the integrated fingerpricker takes

a user-friendly drum

containing 6 lancets. It's readily

Distinctly you...

Having a blood glucose meter that fits your needs, lifestyle and preference is

something you should be able to discuss with your Healthcare team to make sure

you can get the most out of your self-monitoring.

Whether you are heading out on

your own, to meet friends or on

a date, the last thing you want is

to have to constantly think about

managing your diabetes.

And at times you don't want

testing your blood glucose levels

to be the centre of attention.

But knowing when your blood

glucose is in a healthy range,

and when it is not, can help you

to know when you need to take

action to get back in control.

By spending more time in range,

you'll be able to get on with your

life and the things that really

matter to you.

Because life is mobile,

and so are your needs.

Texting or testing?

IT'S HARD TO TELL

Because you are going places, sometimes you need to test discreetly,

without having to explain yourself.

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  2. Abbott Freestyle Libre, Flash Glucose Monitoring, blood testing without lancets
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  6. Desang diabetes kitbags
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  8. Diabetes technology as body art from Harvard
  9. Dexcom CGM, continuous glucose monitoring
  10. International Diabetes Federation World Diabetes Day 2017
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  12. Accu-Chek Mobile blood glucose system
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  14. Medtronic's My Pump Choice hub
  15. Ascensia type 2 diabetes digital challenge
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  17. Diabetes food news
  18. Brindisa Spanish foods
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  20. Craved craft British food and Flaming Licks fiery foods
  21. Ascensia Contour Diabetes blood test meters
  22. Bloom gin, honeybee gin, Luscombe drinks, Lyme bay wines
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  24. Diabetes UK, mental health for people with diabetes
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