Type 2 patient and advocate Corinna Cornejo reviews the One Touch Ultra 2 -- which she finds to be a "straightforward, reliable blood glucose meter."
REVIEWER'S BREAKDOWN -
- reliable and accurate
- big, bright display with a backlight
- easy to use
- provides some capability for results tagging and comments
- offers some calculations of results averages
- clunky, dated menu interface
- limited, pre-set tagging and comments can't be changed or customized
- limited calculations
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