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Please tell me that this is not the same meter as what comes with Spirit Combo?

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I did have to rethink one of my methods for correcting a high bg to work with the handset, my old method of using a combination of bolus and TBR on the pump, meant that the wizard wouldn’t avva the TBR in calculations, so it was a case of sorting out a dual wave instead! Majual also waiting for an infrared cable to get it hooked up to the PC – IR seems a bit old fashioned and slower in this digital USB age. You have to put all your info into it and only use one metre to get the most out of it though but you can add data retrospectively.

I’m very pleased with it and the rep said it is more like the brain bit of a pump just as Rossineri explained and they then widened it out to MDI. It’s encouraging to hear it’s been useful.

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Its the case the more information available the better our judgment call is. Has anyone got the accu-chek aviva expert meter. LaineyOct 1, I was given one by my DSN towards the end of December and so far after spending some time to get the settings right it’s making a pretty good effort at suggesting boluses.

I’ve dropped Roche a line and will report back if they shed any light on it. I do like it and it has been very usefull with aiding better control, I was pretty lucky in that when I set up my perimeters for the wizards they were pretty correct so didn’t have the niggles of seeing advice I wasn’t expecting.


If I remember correctly you have the Combo pump and have now got the handset so essentially you already have this meter. If it’s the same meter it should have the facility of blue tooth to connect to the pump, which will include the basal rate setting etc.

Like you Ellie, I think I’ve been quite lucky that I was already quite sure of my own ratios and sensitivity to insulin so that made it a lot easier to setup and I’ve had to spend less time fine tuning.

Has anyone else had this? Shall have to hunt out my manual for the software as this gave the calculations used Phil65Jan 4, I then wanted to have a snack at 10am again, BG in range and entered 10g and it’s telling me to take 1 unit. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.

So what do you get that is extra to a normal Accu-Chek meters? Good to hear Jenny I like it too, and to be honest I think I like it much more than my review suggests Would have been better if it copied the ratio from the previous time block you entered.

Yes Sofa, I think you are right, the active insulin is not factored in to the bolus recommendation I’d worked that out alreadyhandily the manual actually tells you what is and isn’t involved in the calculations with some examples.

So that is ten times the cost of a standard meter and at that price you are unlikely to get one for free from your medical team although I have a recollection of someone on this forum saying they have been given one.


Your name or email address: If it’s the same meter I will not be happy at all, as at present I’m being messed about by Roch concerning the handset for my Combo pump delivered just before Christmas without the handset, which I’ve been told that I’ve got to pay?


I said in another post that my BG had been quite level lately, but it was around the mark Since getting the meter, I’ve been in single figures the whole time and only had one hypo due to me overestimating pancakes last night. Yeah it is the same meter that links with the combo pump.

Thanks for your replies. The obvious one is the Aviva range as it doesn’t have a fixed cartridge of strips.

SmitJan 4, The rep spent 45 minutes showing how to use it and putting the settings in etc. Found it took to long before lunch at work sccu key all the info in, half the time I was hypo and just wanted my lunch.

Hello, Still getting used to this meter and had a question I hoped you guys could help with. I have had this meter since July, I am also on the trial for it. I got it free at my clinic, because I agreed to ‘trial’ it. I’ve been using this for around a month now, including one week with spectacularly good levels Hello, Sorry to resurrect an older thread but I just joined the trial for this meter last night and so far I’m liking it.

I’ve written a fairly moany review with my thoughts here: Just wondered how those of you who have been using it longer are getting on with it?

It came with one lot of 50 strips and then they ‘advise’ you to change your prescription with your doctor – which is of course where they make the money, in the consumerables. As with the Combo the handset acts as a remote control! By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.

I did mention this to the rep when I got the meter, but I’ll see how it goes when it arrives. Share This Page Tweet.