A blood glucose meter with a clinically-validated insulin glargine Dose Helper function, integrated in one single device. MyStar DoseCoach assists you in the self-adjustment of your insulin glargine dose, according to your doctor’s or nurse’s instructions.
MyStar DoseCoach calculates your suggested insulin glargine dose, based on your most recent fasting blood glucose and long-acting basal insulin data.
Using the integrated blood glucose meter, you can measure and tag the blood glucose readings needed to calculate your dose suggestions.
By providing you with an at-a-glance overview of your insulin therapy-related data, MyStar DoseCoach supports your therapy management.
|Sample size||0.5 microliters|
|Average glucose test time||5 seconds|
|Assay method||Dynamic Electrochemistry|
Stores the last 1000 glucose records, including control solution and blood results
Stores the last 90 hypo events
Stores the last 180 Dose Helper dose suggestions and last 180 confirmed doses taken
|Alarms||Programmable dose reminder alarm|
|Measurement units||mg/dL or mmol/L (preset to the standard unit generally used in country where the meter was purchased. The user cannot change the unit of measurement setting)|
|Maximum altitude||3,048 m (10,000 ft)|
|Hematocrit||20% to 60%|
|Operating relative humidity||25% to 90%|
|Operating temperature||10°C to 40°C (50°F to 104°F)|
|Result range||1.1 to 33.3 mmol/L, 20 to 600 mg/dL|
|Size||L = 110 mm, W = 60 mm, H = 25 mm|
|Weight||100 g (3.5 oz) including batteries|
|Power source||Two replaceable, primary (non-rechargeable) AA lithium batteries and one non-replaceable coin cell battery (CR2032)|
A first of its kind device designed to support your day-to-day insulin management at home.
Your doctor or nurse will set up your personal treatment plan on the MyStar DoseCoach. When you have your plan, it’s important to measure your fasting blood glucose every day when you wake up. Run the Dose Helper and enter the insulin glargine dose for the first 3 days. From day 4, Dose Helper will provide daily dose suggestions.
Before travelling, you should seek advice from your doctor or nurse on how to manage your diabetes therapy during travel and at your destination.