True Metrix Air Blood Glucose Meter now supported by RCP

June 1

Remote Care Partners now supports the True Metrix Air Blood Glucose Meter as part of their Remote Patient Monitoring Program.

The True Metrix Air Blood Glucose Meter is easily paired with the RCP SmartHub so that with the single push of a button, readings are safely and securely sent through the SmartHub to the RCP Remote Patient Monitoring Platform.

RCP Nurse Coaches and the patients’ care team can instantly review readings.

When you use True Metrix, accuracy is ensured. Triple Sense Technology automatically detects, analyzes, and corrects variables in each blood sample to ensure your glucose testing results are accurate and reliable. The meter requires a Tiny 0.5 microliter sample size, and it can be used for alternate site testing.

In addition, the RCP Platform can notify a patient’s designated caregiver if a reading is outside of a predetermined range.

The meter uses True Metrix strips, which are available most diabetic supply stores and most pharmacies.

Reviews of the True Metrix Air Blood Glucose Meter

From https://www.toptenreviews.com/glucometers-true-metrix-review

The average cost per TRUE METRIX strip is about 21 cents, which makes them the most affordable we saw. By comparison, the Accu-Check Aviva test strips average about $1.06 per strip, and the OneTouch Verio strips average about $1.22 each. When you consider long-term costs, the savings with the TRUE METRIX strips is immense.

From https://www.consumerreports.org/products/blood-glucose-meters-34515/blood-glucose-meter-34107/true-metrix-blood-glucose-meter-296758/

Has larger digits on the display than some of the meters. Has a larger screen than some of the meters. Has a date and time stamp. Excellent for accuracy. Very Good for repeatability.

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Product Annoucement, True Metrix Air Blood Glucose Meter


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