Prodigy Voice Blood Glucose Monitor (Diagnostic Devices)

 

Prodigy Voice

Prodigy Voice

The Prodigy Voice Blood Glucose Monitoring System is audible, no-coding, and designed for the blind and low vision. It was awarded the Access Plus Award from the National Federation of the Blind and the American Foundation for the Blind.

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; 450-test memory with date and time stamp

User Coding Required: No

Other Special Features: Audio capabilities; 7-, 14-, 21-, 30-, 60-, and 90-day averages; tactile features

Accessories Included: Ten Test Strips; Lancing Device; Ten Lancets; Control Solution; Carrying Case; Batteries

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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