Prodigy Autocode Blood Glucose Monitor (Diagnostic Devices)

 

Prodigy Autocode

Prodigy Autocode

The Prodigy Autocode Blood Glucose Monitoring System is the only Spanish-French-Arabic-English speaking, no-coding blood glucose monitor on the market. It features one button for easy navigation.

Blood Sample Size Required: 0.6 uL

Time to Results: 6 seconds

Battery Requirements: (2) AAA

Alternative Site Testing: Yes

Data Capabilities: Computer download capabilities; 120-test memory with date and time stamp

User Coding Required: No

Other Special Features: Audio capabilities; USB port; 7-, 14-, and 28-day averages

Accessories Included: 100 Test Strips; Lancing Device; 100 Lancets; Control Solution; Carrying Case; Log Book; Warranty Card

Company Contact Information:

Diagnostic Devices
Prodigy Diabetes Care, LLC
9300 Harris Corners Parkway, Suite 450
Charlotte, North Carolina 28269
1-800-243-2636
www.prodigymeter.com

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Last Modified Date: November 24, 2014

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