AccuSure Blood Glucose Monitoring System With 25 Strips
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|Colour||White & Blue|
|Items In Pack||1 Piece|
|Notes||1.NO CODING – NO NEED TO CHANGE THE STRIP 2.CODES WARNING FOR HIGH KETONES ALTERNATIVE 3.SITE TESTING 4. 7, 14, 21, 28, 60, 90 DAYS AVERAGING 5. 450 MEMORY POSITIONS WITH DATE & 6.TIME TINY BLOOD DROP REQUIRED 7.ONLY 0.7CONVENIENT STRIP EJECTION 8.4 REMINDER ALARMS 9.CONFORMANCE TO US FDA STANDARDS|
Industry Rider is a one stop shop for all industrial Measurement & Testing Equipment with lowest cost & best customer experience. We provide high quality products in Glucometer.Glucometer is a premium quality Slings from Accu Sure.Accusure Test Strips provide a quantitative measurement of glucose in whole blood. When the absorbent hole is filled with blood sample, the reaction between blood glucose and chemical components in the strip starts and generates an electrical current. meter measures the current and displays the corresponding blood glucose level. The strength of the current produced by the reaction depends on the amount of glucose in the blood sample.Specifications:Accuracy: Within +-15 mg/dL at glucose concentration < 75 mg/dL and within +-20% at glucose concentration > 75 mg/dL. Storage and Handling: For in-vitriol diagnostic use( external use only) For single use only Test strips expire 90 days after opening . Write the expiry date on the test strip vial when first opening. Store test strips in cool and dry place between 4 degree Celsius and 40 degree Celsius. Do not Freeze Operate test strips at temperature between 10 degree Celsius and 40 degree Celsius and less than 85% humidity Keep test strips away from direct sunlight. Do not store test strips in areas of high humidity Test strips must be stored in the original vial only. Do not touch the test strips when your hands are wet. Keep the vial lid closed at all times. Intended for use in quantitative measurement of blood glucose in fresh capillary whole blood from the finger and the following alternative sites: the palm, the forearm, the upper arm, the calf and the thigh.