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UniStrip Test Strips for Use with Onetouch® Ultra® Meters (100)

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  • Works with One Touch® Ultra® - Ultra®2 - UltraSmart® - UltraMini®
  • Accurate and fast results - Meter Code 49
  • The only FDA approved OneTouch® Ultra® Generic
  • Costs patients less than most managed care organizations' co-pay
  • Designed to be used with the nation's #1 meter
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Product Description

Size:100

Accurate results that are closely comparable to the results obtained by using the One Touch® Ultra® Blood Glucose Monitoring System. Statistical data has been obtained by using the Parkes Error Grid. The capillary action automatically draws the blood sample into the test strip. UnistripTM Test Strips are approved for alternate site testing. Our glucose oxidase technology allow for safer and more accurate results. For any questions, concerns, or statistical data please call customer service at 1-866-889-6229


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Size: 100
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00J9ME7U4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (480 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,915 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Diane Davila on April 19, 2014
Size: 100 Verified Purchase
They work great in my new monitor which is One Touch Ultra two, I can now afford to take two or three readings a day like the Dr wanted me to track. Am new to being a Diabetic so need to really learn how different foods effect the sugar levels. I would suggest this to anyone.... And I am also going to reorder again; and again. Thank you so much for making my medical expenses a little cheaper it's GREATLY appreciated.
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63 of 72 people found the following review helpful By J. Walters on May 24, 2014
Size: 100 Verified Purchase
Although not clearly stated, if at all, the FDA approval only covers OneTouch meters manufactured before October 2012.

Not only are they not approved, they give erratic readings 50 to 80 mg/dl HIGHER than the name brand strips on my 2013 vintage OneTouch Ultra mini. This was both with test solutions (including UniStrip's) and actual blood, and the code reset to 49.

I have no reason to doubt they work with the older meters, but since it wasn't clearly stated in the listings, and as I had opened the package, they are not returnable. This is the reason for my 1 star rating.
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42 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Mario Pereira on October 28, 2014
Size: 100 Verified Purchase
Best wishes to those who read this review.

This is not joke. I am extremely upset with this product and it's manufactures. So much so, that I am considering a lawsuit.
I have been using this product for about two months, and trust it will do what it is supposed to do, at the very least, within acceptable range. I know readings vary but, what I am getting with this product is beyond acceptable.

I used it last night, and this morning again, and the results speak for itself. Last night, two hours after dinner I tested, and my first result was 158. Now... I knew that result was impossible. I was certain of it. I am on Metformim 1000mg a day.

I had a balanced meal, nothing but legumes, a small salad, and a small piece of grilled salmon. I decided to test again, and the second test, less than 30 seconds after the first result was 106. I was extremely upset. I depend on these results to know that I am doing right or wrong. My life, my well being depends on it. Or does it not?

I test a third time, and the reading this time came back at 116. What is this.... Some kind of joke? Can I depend on these reading or not? If not, I am waisting my money. Saving money by not buying the ONETOUCH UltraMini, and buying these ones instead, but having to use 3, 4 or sometimes 5 to try getting an accurate reading. But do I really get an accurate reading? I don't know. Which reading is right, which is wrong? How many times do I have to test within a single minute to get an accurate reading? And which one is accurate? The one I like the best? Well... Then in this case, I don't have to test!

This is ridiculous! Outrageous, really! Can you trust anything or anyone any longer?
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By G. Milewski on June 23, 2014
Size: 100
Much cheaper than the original name brand, and sucks up the blood LIGHTNING FAST! Make sure you re-code if you are comparing to original name brand strips.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By miisu on March 25, 2015
Size: 100 Verified Purchase
I have a One Touch Mini. I bought these because the Ultra Blue Strips were $40.00 for 25 strips locally. I wanted a viable alternative. I tested an Ultra Blue Strip and the result was 128. I, then, re-coded my glucometer and retested using the UniStrips and the result was 130. As a RN, I was satisfied with the result.

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6/14/15 UPDATE
I kept a careful record of my finger sticks for 12 weeks. I have used both the UniStrips and Ultra Blue Strip. Alternating each brand. When I had one strip left in the one canister I would compare the results to the first strip of the new canister. The UniStrips consistently read about 2 mg/dl higher than the Ultra Blue Strips. I also averaged my glucoses and computed my weekly A1C. At the end of my computations, I figured out my overall A1C [you can Goolge A1C calculators] I came up with an A1C of 6.6% Quest Diagnostics gave me, and my doctor, an A1C of 6.7%. If the strips were as horrible, as some reviews say, my A1C would have been way off. I have to wonder if the glucometers (from the "I hate UniStrips people) were calibrated for the UniStrips prior to using the UniStrips?
If these strips were so bad, as a nurse, I would be the first one to warn people of a shoddily made glucometer test strips.
My best advice, as an RN, If you are monitoring your fingersticks because you are monitoring your medicine [NOT insulin] change effects or dietary change effects, UniStrips would be just fine. If you are checking your fingersticks because you need to know how much regular insulin to give yourself, I would use the Ultra Blue Strips. Even 2mg/dl can be the difference between coverage with regular insulin and no coverage. I hope this review was helpful :]
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Minerva Cervantes on March 21, 2015
Size: 100 Verified Purchase
As a loooooong time diabetic with no insurance I have to buy my own stuff. This Strips were a great find since I have all kinds of meters I have bought over the years and it's always the strips that have broken the bank. I have 2 minis, one old for which I bought these, and one brand new, and the strips work on both very consistently compared to One blue strips. You do have to calibrate it, and it will be a +5 or - 5 points difference in the result from the lifescan one blue strip to the unistrip generic on the same blood droplet. You do have to input the right code on the mini once you insert the strip, if it is brand new, it displays the code 25, and with the up / down arrows change it to the code on the strip bottle (mine are always coded 49) The only way to know exactly what your blood glucose level is to have your blood drawn and done by a technician, so any home meter is a good guideline, no matter how expensive it is or the strips are. I have had Freestyle, (regular and lite) Accu check (Aviva and Nano) TRUE sideckick, Walmarts reli-on prime made by arkray, Clever choice mini, and all of them heve been +- 5 points from the One Touch. The pictures show results taken from the same blood drop on both meters, old and brand new, with the unistrip.
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