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Accu-Chek.co.uk offers patient-focused product information on our portfolio of meters, insulin pumps, data management, and structured testing tools. Please follow the link below for more information.

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Under 18?

This website for under 18's from Roche Diabetes Care contains some great interactive tools to help you and your family learn more about diabetes and encourage you to get more involved.

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Optimising Therapy

Improving diabetes outcomes through informed action.

Structured SMBG testing and pattern management can help transform routine glucose data into an informed treatment decision to improve diabetes outcomes.

What are you missing with HbA1c?

HbA1c offers information on long term glycaemic control, but what about daily glycaemic fluctuations between office visits? SMBG can help you identify and treat glycaemic abnormalities revealed in day to day and intra-day glucose patterns.

How might insight into glycaemic patterns influence my treatment decisions?

Structured SMBG can provide focused results.

SMBG test plans and assessment approaches are optimal when structured according to the type of action or treatment decision needed, but determining the right test plan can present a challenge. Detailed examples for applying focused test regimens can help streamline your decisions.

What information do I need to support therapy decisions?

Pattern analysis offers decision support.

SMBG and a systematic pattern management process can streamline practice efficiencies by combining your need for information and a rising demand for therapy documentation and supporting evidence.

Pattern analysis offers a clinically proven process to identify the glycaemic abnormality, characterise the condition and select the best treatment path.

 


Download the IDF Guideline on self-monitoring of blood glucose in non-insulin treated type 2 diabetes

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Using DISC behaviour styles to increase your awareness of how your patients respond to your message.

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