How to use a blood glucose meter in India.
The Indian Meters Association (IMA) has announced that a new meter will be introduced to gauge the blood glucose level in India on August 6.
The meter will have a range of six to six-seven millilitres, with a range for people aged up to 75 years.
The new meter, which will be manufactured by a company called Metabolism, will be a part of the IMA’s Health Meters program.
This program is meant to help people with chronic diseases monitor their glucose levels.
The meter, however, will not be the only glucose meter that India has introduced.
The Indian government has also introduced the National Diabetes Audit Programme.
This involves the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, which monitors diabetes in India, and the Department of Medical Education, which has the task of educating health workers on how to diagnose and treat diabetes.
The National Diabetes Inspectorate (NDIO) has also been tasked with monitoring the effectiveness of the National Health Program in India in ensuring that it is effective in ensuring a high quality of life and health.
The NDIO has also launched a mobile app for the purpose.