Accu-Chek Nano (Roche)
Blood Sample Size Required: 0.6 uL
Time to Results: 5 seconds
Battery Requirements: 2 3V lithium coin cells
Alternative Site Testing: Yes
Data Capabilities: Computer download capability; 500-test memory
User Coding Required: No
Other Special Features: 7-, 14-, 30-, and 90-day averaging; Small, sleek design; Back-lit display; Insulin-management tools (test reminders, before- and after-meal markers)
Accessories Included: Designer edition meter; Carrying case
Company Contact Information:
Roche Diagnostics Corp.
9115 Hague Road
Indianapolis, IN 46250
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