Prodigy Voice Blood Glucose Monitoring System [PRODIGY VOICE MTR KIT] (EA-1)

The Prodigy Voice meter is fully audible, talks the user through all set-up steps, testing, and memory recall with date and time. Requires No Coding, simply insert test strip into test strip port and meter will power on. Delivers audible results in just 7 seconds with just a small 0.7 ml blood sample. Our raised, imprinted buttons make it easy to navigate. The repeat button replays the last message or test result. The small blood sample size makes it easy for a patient to utilize alternate site testing. The Prodigy Voice has 450 audible test-memory and provides 7, 14, 21, 30, 60, and 90 day averages. Our free web-based software is available online, conveniently downloadable through the meters USB port. Our Prodigy Voice Meter Kit includes a Voice meter, two (2) AAA batteries, a carrying case, control solution, Prodigy No Coding test strips (10 count), twist top lancets (10 count), a lancing device, log book, owners manual, and quick reference guide Kit Includes: Prodigy Voice Meter with Batteries 10 Test Strips 10 Lancets Lancing device with AST cap Carrying Case Log Book Owner’s Manual & Quick Reference Guide

 

Clever Choice Auto-Code Voice Blood Glucose Monitor

CLEMVNFR Features: -No coding. -Tiny 0.7 ┬Ál blood sample. -Talking English/Spanish. -450 test memory. -PC-Link. -Ketone warning. -7, 14 , 21, 28 , 60 and 90-day averages. -Auto shut off (in 3 mins). -Large screen for easy visibility. Specifications: -Plasma calibration. -Pre & Post-meal markers. User Manual

Product Features

  • Alternate site testing and no coding
  • Takes a tiny 0.7ul. blood sample
  • Talks in English and Spanish
  • 450 test memory
  • Manufacturer’s warranty included

 

Doctors voice concerns about diabetes education.(News): An article from: Internal Medicine News

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Citation Details
Title: Doctors voice concerns about diabetes education.(News)
Author: Betsy Bates
Publication: Internal Medicine News (Magazine/Journal)
Date: October 15, 2006
Publisher: Thomson Gale
Volume: 39 Issue: 20 Page: 5(1)

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