saccharometer

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saccharometer

[‚sak·ə′räm·əd·ər]
(engineering)
An instrument for measuring the amount of sugar in a solution, by determining either the specific gravity or the gases produced by fermentation.
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Separately, LifeScan last month launched OneTouch UltraSmart, characterized as a revolutionary blood sugar meter and the first of its kind to incorporate an electronic logbook.
is launching OneTouch UltraSmart, characterized as a revolutionary blood sugar meter and the first unit of its kind to incorporate an electronic logbook.
Home blood sugar meters vary in price, size, and complexity, but overall they're relatively simple to use and require only a tiny drop of blood placed on a test strip.
Couple these features with low power consumption and a lightweight package, this latest offering is suited for battery powered devices needing audible user feedback, such as digital thermometers, blood sugar meters, and wall or remote mounted smart devices.
Many types of at-home blood sugar meters are available, ranging in price, size, and level of technology.