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How does meter size affect my choice of blood glucose meter?

Some glucose meters are so small that they fit on a vial of strips, while others are larger, so people with big hands can handle them easily. Small meters are easy to slip into your pocket or purse. However, if you have trouble with small hand and finger movements, you may want to consider a larger meter. Larger meters may be heavier and clumsier to carry around. Some meters have rubber grips that make them easy to hold.

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