TRUEresult store brand blood glucose monitoring system more accurate than name brand products: Study

November 01, 2015

TRUEresult showed excellent accuracy with 98.5 percent of glucose results within Zone A of the Parkes Error grid. The Parkes Error grids are divided into five Zones representing the degree of risk posed by the meter measurement. Zone A represents no effect on clinical action. TRUEresult showed good reproducibility with 100 duplicate samples compared to the measured precision of Ascensia Contour, OneTouch Ultra 2 and FreeStyle Freedom Lite. Overall, TRUEresult performance was comparable to the OneTouch Ultra 2, the FreeStyle Freedom Lite and the Ascensia Contour when tested on people with diabetes.

TRUEresult, part of Home Diagnostics??� TRUE family of products, is the company??�s advanced, high performance no-coding meter for at-home testing. No-coding technology simplifies blood glucose testing by eliminating the need for users to code the meter with each new box of test strips. TRUEresult also delivers precise results in as fast as four seconds using only 0.5 microliters of blood. The combination of no-coding technology and small sample size makes it more convenient and cost effective for people with diabetes to test their blood glucose levels more often, allowing for greater control of glucose levels. The meter is compatible with Home Diagnostics??� TRUEtest platform of blood glucose test strips featuring the company??�s patent-pending, state-of-the-art GoldSensor?�? laser accuracy and TRUEfill?�? beveled tip. These innovative features ensure highly accurate test results and first test success by allowing for greater sampling precision and consistency.

Blood glucose monitoring products manufactured by Home Diagnostics can typically save people with diabetes up to $400 per year on diabetes testing supplies in comparison to competitive products, and are covered by Medicare, Medicaid and most third-party insurance providers.