Didget Blood Glucose Monitor (Bayer)




The Didget Blood Glucose Monitor is the first blood glucose meter that rewards kids for consistent testing with points they can use on Nintendo DS and DS Lite gaming systems.

Blood Sample Size Required: 0.6 uL

Time to Results: 5 seconds

Battery Requirements: (1) CR2032 or DL2032 lithium coin cell

Alternative Site Testing: Yes

Data Capabilities: Computer download capabilities; 480-count test memory; plug and play USB

User Coding Required: No

Other Special Features: 7 day HI and LO summary; 7-, 14-, and 30-day averages; before and after meal markers; 30-day before and after meal averages; slectable after meal test reminders

Accessories Included: 25 Blood Glucose Test Strips; Protective cover for meter; Normal control solution; Microlet 2 lancing device with adjustable endcap; 25 lancets; Knock 'Em Down World's Fair Nintendo DS game card; Game instructions booklet; Carrying case; USB mini cable; Meter quick reference guide; Meter user guide; Bayer's Clinilog log book

Company Contact Information:

Bayer Healthcare LLC Diabetes Care
555 White Plains Road
Tarrytown, NY 10591

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Last Modified Date: November 24, 2014

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