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OneTouch VerioIQ Blood Glucose Monitoring System 1 Each

4.2 out of 5 stars 138 customer reviews
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  • Product Dimensions: 3.1 x 3.9 x 6.6 inches ; 13.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B006UK9EII
  • UPC: 353885007702
  • Item model number: X53885-0267-01
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (138 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,138 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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I first posted a comment on another reviewer in December. I'm writing my own review now because It's been 7 months and I can say I've honestly given this meter a chance - FAIL! In Dec, the high numbers stressed me out so much that I was sure I was getting high numbers from the stress, so in January I checked both the old and new Verio IQ with the the big AccuCheck at my doctor's office. All 3 were close enough for me to calm down. But the next morning, wildly high numbers again. Thank heavens I'm not on insulin. I decided to stop testing altogether until I stopped stressing about it. In February, I began testing again this time with both my old One Touch Ultra 2 (I've used mostly One Touch and Freestyle for 19 yrs) and my new Verio IQ.(replaced by the company because of a 30% inaccurate reading) with the SAME drop of blood for each test. 98% of the time the Verio IQ is higher, often wildly higher. Last week I got 224 on the Ultra 2 and 351 on the Verio IQ! Ive never had a result over 250. That did it for me. Even scarier is when the results are very low and the Verio says just a bit low. I have used the test solution and it's says the meter is accurate. The manufacturer says do NOT retest - take action based on the test even though you think it's wrong. So I wouldn't have eaten anything but the low blood sugar that I really had, and could feel it was low, would have been destroying my brain cells! As much as I like and need the port light, I'm tossing the Verio.
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My insurance coverage required me to switch to this meter from my Ascencia. As soon as i got it running I compared the two readings. Ascencia was 144, Verio was 172. for a control I used my Wife's freestyle and got 145! 27 points off makes the reading on this meter little more than a wild guess. I could easily end up driving a car in the 40s or ordering a desert in the 190s. I make life or death decisions every day based on these numbers and the numbers I get from this meter are WORTHLESS. Insurance companies should not be allowed to practice medicine and Onetouch should not be allowed to sell this piece of junk to diabetics.
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I don't know if I have a dud, but this meter is so inaccurate it is scary. I input all my numbers into an Excel spreadsheet, both from my Verio IQ (new meter) and my Bayer Contour (old meter). The Verio IQ has an error percentage rate of between 20-50% error. When I tested at 52 on the Contour, the Verio said 76. When I tested after dinner on the Contour at 152, the Verio said 225. I find the pattern alert helpful, and do not find the charging to be a hassle. I like the back lighting and the light guide for test strips in the dark.

Again, this could be a dud because an error rate of over 20% is illegal. The meter might also read the results differently because of something in my blood. In any case, the monthly average with the Contour is 134.4 and with the Verio it is 192.5. Take your pick.
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Product: OneTouch VerioIQ Blood Glucose Meter
Rating: 3 of 5 (average)

First, the important information: see the recall alert, listed under "CONS" below. As for my review: this seems to be a decent, reasonably accurate unit. Read on, for the pros and cons.

PROS:

* Display: The chief attraction of this unit is a brightly lit, easy to read, colorful display ... much better than other models with hard to read LCD displays. The unit also features pattern alert notices, whereby if the machine detects a significant change in your glucose patterns lasting several days (i.e., a high or low trend), it will alert you.

* Accuracy: I've found the unit to be reasonably accurate. Some people have raised flags on this point, but I've found that using test strips that are either expired or have been stored improperly can be the cause. The kit comes with a small bottle of test solution (something most people ignore or throw away), which if read out of range is cause for replacing your test strips with a fresher batch.

CONS:

* RECALL (-1/2 star): Units manufactured from December 14, 2011 through March 7, 2013 are subject to a recall. To receive a free replacement, call LifeScan Customer Service at 1-800-717-0276 to verify your OneTouch Verio IQ Meter Serial Number. The reason for the recall is the unit shuts off at extreme glucose levels instead of displaying the intended "EXTREME HIGH GLUCOSE above 600 mg/dL" warning. Hmmm, that's not very helpful in a life threatening situation where permanent eye and kidney damage are starting to occur.

* BATTERY (-1/2 star): This unit has a sealed internal battery that isn't replaceable, and is also rather weak.
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Trying it out and versus my trusty "true result" which I've tested against the lab and my previous meters, from the same drop of blood the "true result" gave a 76, this new "verio" gives 114. Seems dangerous to me... I have reactive hypoglycemia as a surgical complication, am not diabetic. Kaiser gave me this but i think I'll need to keep buying strips on amazon for the other one. IN comparison tests on the same drop of blood, the "verio" ranges 25-40 points higher. Always. Even when BOTH meters have checked out fine against the "control" solution supplied by each manufacturer.

And if you read the 40% 1-star reviews, you'll find a recurring theme: dangerously high readings compared with other glucometers. So gee, it ain't just me. I have to say that reading all the reviews, the 1-star seem to lean toward the analytical, while the 5-star seem overjoyed at the fact that it lights up and looks cool.

And I had to chuckle when reading the "Verio IQ User Manual" - on page 28 it cautions you not to check its results against your other meter. (see image) Why the HELL wouldn't a sane person check it against their other meter? It's a life and death piece of equipment, yet you're supposed to use it without a calibrating venipuncture. So I'll offer the opposite advice: ABSOLUTELY check it against your existing meter, particularly if - as I have - you have checked your previous meter against lab studies.

And say, here's a beef with amazon - check out the 4.2 rating on this as of 12/28/15. Do you notice anything? My math-savvy eye notes that the percentages they show do NOT add up to anything LIKE 4.2, so what's up with that? Feel free to do the math yourself. Doing it in my head, I get no better than a 2.5 star average.
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