MyGlucoHealth Wireless Blood Glucose Monitor (Entra Health)

 

MyGlucoHealth Wireless

MyGlucoHealth Wireless

The MyGlucoHealth Wireless Blood Glucose Monitoring System is the world's first USB and Bluetooth meter. Test results are automatically sent to myglucohealth, where you can track and chart test results and other related data, send information to your physician, and schedule appointments.

Blood Sample Size Required: 0.3 uL

Time to Results: 3 seconds

Battery Requirements: (2) AAA

Alternative Site Testing: Yes

Data Capabilities: Computer download capabilities; transmits results using your PC by USB (or by mobile phone or wireless Bluetooth)

User Coding Required: No

Other Special Features: Easy strip ejector; large display and buttons; physician alerts for high or low test results; secure patient-physician communication; physician access to patient test results

Accessories Included: Carrying Case; Lancing Device; 2-Meter USB Cable; 5 Strips; 5 Lancets; Free 3-Month Trial Account at MyGlucoHealth.net

Company Contact Information:

Entra Health Systems
3111 Camino Del Rio North, Suite 101
San Diego, California 92108
1-877-458-2646 ext. 3
www.myglucohealth.net
www.myglucometer.com

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Last Modified Date: June 07, 2013

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