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Washington DC Reveals Bayer Ascensia Free Glucose Meters And Free Financial Assistance For Diabetics On Medicare or Private Insurance
Charles Greene disclosed that "beneficiaries receive Bayer Ascensia glucometers upon making requests to either their physicians after being diagnosed with diabetes.
Bayer Ascensia glucometer is a small, portable computer that can be used to check blood glucose concentrations. After pricking the skin with a lancet or needle, a drop of blood is placed on a ascensia test strip in the meter. The ascensia meter (or monitor) then displays the blood glucose concentration as a number on the meter's digital display.
In the case of diabetics using the insulin delivery system, Mr Greene "said a penfill applicator is used with a needle to deliver the insulin dosage.
Explaining the process by which diabetics can access Bayer Ascensia glucometers or other helpful devices, Greene urged "diabetics must decide on the specific Bayer Ascensia glucose meter he or she finds suitable for their needs.
However, before the Bayer Ascensia glucose meter or any device can be given to a beneficiary, beneficiaries must first call Government Medical Customer Service line and provide such information as their name, card number, contact telephone number and address, and the brand of the Bayer Ascensia meter they are seeking for diabetes.
Charles Greene, director for Government Diabetes.Org located in Washington, DC has reported, "In the free gift program there are free watches for every state plus billions of dollars in assistance earmarked for people previously diagnosed as diabetic. Public and private funds are now available for them to repair homes, start a business, consolidate debts and any worthwhile purpose." In addition, he reported how new financial resources have been committed to help diabetics get job training and re-enter the job market.
"Now is the time for diabetics to act if they need money, Wall Street has no effect on theses funds," urged Greene. He also revealed that several reduced-cost and free programs now exist to help diabetics and the economically disadvantaged who have been diagnosed with diabetes. Such programs include energy assistance, free prescriptions, free diabetic watch,home repair and legal aid.
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