PRLog - Dec. 28, 2012 - ISSAQUAH, Wash. -- QuickMedical®
“One of the reasons why we elected to distribute the WaveSense meters over other brands is because of the WaveSense technology; their meters are more accurate,” said Loren Timmons, Marketing Director at QuickMedical®
Some glucose meters on the market may give a false-elevated blood glucose reading. This occurs because they use the enzyme, glucose dehydrogenase pyrroloquinoline quinone (GDH PQQ) in their test strip chemistry.
All WaveSense-branded blood glucose meters use the enzyme, glucose oxidase (GOD) and were tested at levels of maltose that exceeded clinical relevance (120mg/dl, 6.7mmol/L) and were shown to have NO significant effect on the glucose reading at that level. In addition, the WaveSense test strips were tested at high concentrations of galactose (15mg/dl, 0.84 mmol/L) and were shown to have NO significant effect on blood glucose readings at that level.
According to one WaveSense user, “The WaveSense Jazz is far and away the best glucose meter I have ever used. The Jazz meter will also let me measure glycemic variability in two different ways; some experts agree that it is more important to measure glycemic variability than A1C as A1C is an average that can hide wide variations in blood glucose levels.”
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