A1C machines are glucose monitoring devices that are much more cost-efficient, broad in their test menu, and offer instant results. This article explains the differences between A1C and traditional glucose monitors, how A1C works, and its benefits over other methods of measuring blood glucose.
Introduction to A1C Machines
Many devices are used to measure blood sugar, but the A1C machine is a glucose-monitoring device with a cost-efficient and broad test menu. The A1C machine is similar to other glucose monitoring devices in that it uses a small blood sample to calculate the average sugar level over the past two or three months. However, the A1C machine has several features that make it different than other glucose-monitoring devices.
The first difference between an A1C machine and other glucose monitoring devices is that an A1C machine has a much broader test menu. This means that an A1C machine can measure blood sugar levels from all types of diabetes medications and from patients who do not have diabetes. In addition, a Wondfo Finecare™ FIA Meter Plus can also measure COVID-19, diabetes & renal injury, thyroid function, fertility, cardiac markers, coagulation, inflammation markers, and tumor markers.
Another difference between an A1C machine and other glucose monitoring devices is that an A1C machine has a much higher accuracy rate. This means that an A1C machine is more likely to measure blood sugar levels than other glucose monitoring devices accurately.
A1C machines are glucose-monitoring devices that have become very popular in recent years. They have a highly cost-efficient and broad test menu, making them an excellent choice for people with diabetes who require regular monitoring of their blood sugar levels. If you are considering investing or using an A1C machine, contact Wondfo first.