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Accu-Chek Medical Aid Products

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Accu-Chek Strip-Free Mobile System

Latest review: Just received Accu-chek from diabetes care nurse. I've used about 1.5 cartridges and I'm getting about 15% - 20% test failure rate. Totally frustrated, and am going back to older Freestyle Optimo


Accu-Chek Performa Nano

Latest review: Battery life on mine is extremely bad (goes through batteries in about a week). I recently recieved a Medtronic 640G insulin pump and it came with a monitor, its a complete opposite to the


Accu-Chek Performa

Latest review: Frustrating to say least, chews up batteries something horrendous. Lucky to get 40 tests on new battery. No wonder it was free on promotion they can have it back. Not worth the


Accu-Chek Combo System

Latest review: My child has been using this for over a year. Noticed huge improvement and stable BGL within 24hrs of going on this pump. Very easy to use, and my 7 year old child could navigate the meter easily


Accu-Chek Softclix

Latest review: My daughter prefers the Softclix for her 7+ tests a day, saying it hurts less. It is also very durable, it's outlasted several monitors. I like the eject feature for the lancets as it is less likely


Accu-Chek FastClix

Latest review: We were given an Accu-chek mobile for our 2 yr old daughter. It is so much better than using an individual strip system. These lancets are not as good as the premium accu-chek ones, however they


Accu-Chek Multiclix

Latest review: This device actually works really well. I love the fact that it takes 6 lancets in one magazine. Very convenient and simple to reload. Its an absolute winner for those who have to test themselves 3


Accu-Chek Active Blood Glucose Meter

Latest review: I bought this one to replace another more ornate unit which I'd misplaced. It has taken me a while to master the fiddly nature of this device. I still mess up the process and get the error message.


Accu-chek

Latest review: After being with accu-check for some time we were changed to a accu-check aviva expert by our diabetes team Our son is 5 and been a type 1 all his young life so have used many meters This meter is