[visionrehabtherapist] Re: Count-a-dose

It is also available from LS&S Products (www.lssproducts.com), and I suspect 
the other vendors will follow.

Jane M. Bush, CVRT
Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services
OASIS Program
Homewood Office
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Subject: [visionrehabtherapist] Re: Count-a-dose

It's back but you can only purchase it from Prodigy, the same folks that bring 
you the Prodigy Voice and Auto Code meters. The web site is:
http://www.prodigymeter.com/
James w. Unger, CVRT

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I was informed that the Count-A-Dose is no longer available.  If this is true, 
what device, if any, is being used in its place for a person with NLP?

Any assistance is greatly appreciated.

Natasha

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From: Bernadette Anderson <banderson@xxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: [visionrehabtherapist] Re: Talking glucometers and arm testing
It is my understanding that even though there are alternate site testing 
devices available, that these readings are not always as accurate as those 
obtained through a finger stick.  Is that correct?

Bernadette Anderson, CVRT
Certified Vision Rehabilitation Therapist
Susquehanna Assoc. for the Blind and Vision Impaired
244 N. Queen St.
Lancaster, PA  17603
(717) 291- 5951, Ext. 116


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Subject: [visionrehabtherapist] Re: Talking glucometers and arm testing
Hello:
Here is an excerpt from a description of the Prodigy Voice talking blood 
glucose monitor which is available from many sources on the web (including maxi 
aids and similar catalogues) and can be found by using google or a similar 
search engine.  "The Prodigy Voice Glucometer allows you the option to test 
from your palms, forearm, upper arm, thighs and calfs"

Leela Kausch, LMSW, CVRT
Director, DiabetiVision
www.diabetivision.com
734-904-7854
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Subject: [visionrehabtherapist] Talking glucometers and arm testing
Date: Thu, 8 Jul 2010 07:12:46 -0400
Is there a talking glucometer that allows for using blood from a site other 
than a finger stick - such as an arm?  A consumer told me he had heard of such 
a device, but I do not know of one.
Thanks,
Eileen Brennan

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