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Old 03-07-2017, 00:30   #1
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It is a recommendation that we, the traveling diabetes family, carry a second/standby BGL meter, one on our person and one in our luggage.
For logistical reasons, it is prudent that these meters are from the same manufacturer and of the same model.
When we give a verbal, visual, or written report, there may be a need to have TWO reports.
Do any of the good folk reading this know of a method to merge multiple reports, or suitable BGL management software?
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I have a TRUE Metrix BG meter and the Nipro software and docking station to go with it. With this meter and the software program you can create multiple accounts specific to each meter and print them out separately. The software program will not merge the meters into a single report...if that's what you're looking for.

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I have a TRUE Metrix BG meter and the Nipro software and docking station to go with it. With this meter and the software program you can create multiple accounts specific to each meter and print them out separately. The software program will not merge the meters into a single report...if that's what you're looking for.
Thanks ...It seems that your experience is the "norm".
I feel that the manufacturer have an opportunity here.
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A Progress Report.
Following additional questions, it appears that the Roch Accu-Chek Aviva Connect system will do this!!!!
I am doing further "playing". So far, I have seen the Diary Report merges the readings from two meters, but does not differentiate which reading belongs to which meter, but I can do this manually as a comment. More playing to come. Will keep all posted!
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YES!!!! I have been successful in merging two meters into a SINGLE Logbook report. It appears that the statistics are correct, so I will monitor the results for another month, and check again.
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