FREESTYLE FREEDOM LITE METER 1 EACH
Simplicity & Accuracy In An Easy-To-Read, Easy-To-Hold Meter. The easy-to-read, easy-to-hold FreeStyle Freedom Lite® blood glucose monitoring system. With an ergonomic shape and large numeric display, the FreeStyle Freedom Lite meter is ideal for those looking for simple and accurate testing. Also, no coding and the world’s smallest blood sample size requirement means easy testing on the go. The FreeStyle Freedom Lite meter uses only FreeStyle Lite blood glucose test strips. – 4 reminder alarms – Stores up to 400 results with date and time – Provides results in 7, 14 and 30-day averages – Data downloading Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.65 (L x W x H): 3.3 x 0.63 x 2.0 Assembled in Country of Origin: USA Origin of Components: USA
Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces
- No coding means one less step
- Less Pain: WORLD’S SMALLEST sample size
- Fewer wasted test strips: ability to add more blood for up to an entire minute
- Better Accuracy: patented coulometric technology
- Stores up to 400 results with date and time
FreeStyle Lite Blood Glucose Monitoring System Diabetic Meter Kit
Small & portable meter for blood glucose testing. Stores up to 400 results with date and time. 4 reminder alarms. Multiple testing sites.
Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
- No coding!
- Very small meter!
- Backlight display is so easy to read!
- Accurate results in only 5 seconds!
- Multiple testing sites!
INDICATIONS:It’s Automatic Coding. Alternate Site Testing. Tiny Sample Size (0.5ul). Biosensor Technology. Results in 5 Seconds. Blood Applied, Capillary Action, Automatic start.
- It offers automatic coding providing unparalleled accuracy with fewer steps and it is easy, simple and accurate.
- The Infinity Meter is the newest tool from U.S. Diagnostics for managing your diabetes.
- Enjoy the accuracy of a coded meter with the ease of use on no code.
- Featuring Biosensor Technology, Infinity offers the latest in blood glucose testing in a convenient easy-to use meter.
Diabetic Testing Strips No Coding Medicare – 50 ct Do not use GDH-PQQ Technology * Offers Alternate Site Testing (AST) palm, forearm, upper arm, thigh or calf * Requires a tiny blood sample * Designed with capillary action that automatically draws in blood sample
This essential guide was created for physicians and educators seeking proper reimbursement for the medical care of patients with diabetes. Endocrinologist Jerome S. Fischer, MD, expertly presents the often-complicated documentation decision pathways and explores such effective documentation methods as paper templates, electronic guides, and counter systems. Best of all, this information is provided with a diabetes-care orientation using the ADA’s Standards of Medical Care for Patients with Diabetes Mellitus as the framework for assigning levels of service. Plus, this resource covers:
- Clinical definitions of history, physical exam, and medical decision-making levels with a diabetes orientation
- Decision pathway documentation for new patients, the chronic but stable, chronic but unstable, and chronic with acute problems
- Diabetes education, insulin pumps, continuous glucose monitoring sensors, and more