Blood Glucose Meter Averages: Don’t Be Fooled

Most blood glucose meters store a certain number of readings in their memory, along with the date and time of each reading. Most also report either a 14-day or 30-day average of readings. An average is calculated by adding up all the numbers in a set and dividing the sum by the number of numbers in the set. For example, if you checked your blood glucose level 25 times in 14 days, your meter would tally all of your readings and divide the sum by 25 to get your 14-day average. Read More “Blood Glucose Meter Averages: Don’t Be Fooled”

Low-Vision and Blindness Resources

The following organizations can be a good place to start if you’d like information on low-vision and blindness rehabilitation or services.
American Association of Diabetes Educators
(800) 338-3633
Contact the AADE to locate a member of the Disabilities/Visual Impairment Specialty Practice Group. The Web site has a “Find An Educator” feature, which locates diabetes educators by name or area. Read More “Low-Vision and Blindness Resources”

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