WaveSense Corrects for common errors
WaveSense Technology corrects for common sources of error that make blood glucose measurements inaccurate. Some of the common errors are:
Blood Sample Variations
Blood sample variations such as hematocrit level (the amount of red blood cells in the sample) or chemical interferences from food or beverages (such as vitamin C from orange juice).
Environmental conditions such as altitude and/or temperature when the sample is taken
Manufacturing variations where no two test strips are exactly alike
More Information, Better Numbers
The fundamental advantage of WaveSense is the amount of data that is collected and analyzed. WaveSense Technology analyzes many different variables to help correct for common interference effects.
Hematocrit is the amount of red blood cells a sample of your blood contains. Hematocrit levels vary between men and women and between different individuals. Hematocrit variations can lead to inaccurate readings. WaveSense-enabled products automatically correct for hematocrit variations.
How WaveSense Technology Works
How It Works...
New WaveSense™ Dynamic Electrochemistry™
Traditional Static Electrochemistry