Which New York medical supplies should you buy?
According to an Information for Action fact sheet released by the New York State of Department Health, testing for high blood sugar among New York State adults does not meet clinical guidelines. Thus, you might be interested in New York medical supplies to test and monitor glucose levels, available at Discount Medical Supplies. We’re not saying that these products could ever take the place of clinical testing performed by health care professionals, but you should do your own bit as well and monitor your blood sugar independently so that you can keep your doctor informed.
The New York State Behavioral Risk Factors Surveillance System estimated that in 2011, 7.5 million adults reported receiving a high blood sugar test within the last three years. Moreover, less than 65% of adults who meet the ADA criteria for screening reported being tested during that same period of time. Finally, rates of reported high blood sugar testing among risk groups are below those recommended by consensus guidelines. Fortunately, DMS has a great variety of home-testing blood glucose monitoring systems which you can order at the best prices and have delivered straight to your home in New York.
For example, we have the Invacare TRUE2go Blood Glucose Monitoring System, the EvenCare Glucose Meter, the Bayer’s Contour Blood Glucose Meter, the Prodigy Pocket Blood Glucose Meter, the TRUEbalance Blood Glucose Monitoring System, the Talking Glucose Monitoring System, the Perfect 2 Blood Glucose Monitoring System, the Blood Glucose Meter Assure Platinum 7 Seconds, the Nipro Diagnostics Inc. TRUEtrack Diabetic Meter Kit, the For a V10 Premium Talking Blood Glucose Monitor, the Omnis Health Llc. Embrace No Code Talking Meter, the TRUEresult Blood Glucose Monitoring System, the Breeze2 Blood Glucose Monitoring System, the Presto Pro Meter, the Appraise A-1C Test by Heritage Labs, and more.
In addition to all of that, DMS also has in store other diabetes-related New York medical supplies you should know about. They include insulin products, lancet devices, shoes and socks, glucose control solutions, syringes, skin care products, storage and carriage, and many other related accessories. This is our humble contribution to the promotion of education and improvement of early detection, prevention and treatment of diabetes, as well as to the public awareness about risk factors, and the importance of regular appointments for early detection, prevention and treatment of this condition.