Choosing the right device
Interactive guide

Question 1

Does your patient wish to have a blood glucose monitoring device of the type:

Question 2

Does your patient have complete blindness?

Question 3

Does your patient have problems with fine dexterity, grip or shaking?

Question 4

Does your patient have any literacy, comprehension or cognitive problems?

Question 5

Does your patient want a device with Wifi function?

Question 6

Is your patient a type 1 diabetic and/or could he benefit from an insulin calculator?

Question 2

Does your patient take insulin or a sulfonylurea?

Question 3

Does your patient experience symptoms of hypoglycemia?

Question 4

Does your patient have private insurance?

Question 5

Does your patient want to pay the costs himself?

Proposed device:

Oracle from EZ Health®
www.oraclediabetes.com
Glucometer

Proposed device:

Accu-Chek® Aviva
www.accu-chek.ca
Glucometer
Contour® next ONE
www.contournextone.ca
Glucometer

Proposed devices:

Contour® next ONE
www.contournextone.ca
Glucometer
OneTouch® Vério Flex
www.onetouch.ca
Glucometer

Proposed device:

Freestyle® Precision Neo
monfreestyle.ca
Glucometer

Proposed devices:

Accu-Chek® Guide
www.accu-chek.ca
Glucometer
Contour® next ONE
www.contournextone.ca
Glucometer
OneTouch® Vério Flex
www.onetouch.ca
Glucometer

Proposed device:

Proposed devices:

Freestyle® Libre
www.monfreestyle.ca
Glucometer
Comparative table
Dexcom® G5 / Freestyle® Libre
Suggestion.
If desired, provide the information to the patient for future use.